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Table 6 Predicting new cases of effort-reward imbalance

From: Effort-reward imbalance and work ability: cross-sectional and longitudinal findings from the Second German Sociomedical Panel of Employees

  Crude associations Model 3.1 Model 3.2 Model 3.3
  OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR  
Gender: female 1.275 (0.711; 2.285) 1.066 (0.578; 1.966) 1.130 (0.609; 2.097) 1.099 (0.589; 2.051)
Age 0.962 (0.897; 1.033) 0.946 (0.878; 1.019) 0.944 (0.875; 1.017) 0.951 (0.881; 1.026)
Low educational level 1.256 (0.696; 2.265) 1.034 (0.550; 1.943) 0.984 (0.522; 1.856) 1.047 (0.545; 2.011)
Health-related behaviour 0.761 (0.550; 1.053)    0.753 (0.535; 1.061) 0.763 (0.537; 1.084)
Physical demands 1.229* (1.047; 1.443)      1.109 (0.917; 1.341)
Psychological job demands 1.953*** (1.375; 2.773)      1.591* (1.088; 2.327)
Job control 0.864 (0.556; 1.342)      1.172 (0.717; 1.917)
Poor or moderate WAI 3.082*** (1.716; 5.537) 3.235*** (1.757; 5.958) 3.189*** (1.728; 5.887) 2.573** (1.314; 5.041)
N-R2    0.055   0.064   0.094  
  1. n = 666; WAI, Work Ability Index; OR, odds ratio; CI, confidence interval; N-R2, Nagelkerke-R2; *** p < 0.001; ** p < 0.01; * p < 0.05.