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Table 1 Baseline demographics of analysis cohort by employee gender

From: Associations between employee and manager gender: impacts on gender-specific risk of acute occupational injury in metal manufacturing

Characteristic Female employees Male employees Total P-value
Total (N, percent) 2,322 2,645 4,967  
46.75 53.25
Employee race/ethnicity (N, percent) <.001
American Indian 10 16 26  
0.43 0.60
Asian 43 54 97  
1.85 2.04
Black 394 585 979  
16.97 22.12
Hispanic/Latino 304 372 676  
13.09 14.06
White 1,571 1,618 3,189  
67.66 61.17
Age when started in department by employee-department (mean, SD) 43.53 39.81 41.68 <.001
11.08 11.39 11.38
Tenure at company when started in department by employee-department (mean, SD) 8.63 7.27 7.96 <.001
8.98 9.15 9.09
High demand department by employee department (N, percent) <.001
Not high demand 3,495 2,740 6,235  
80.25 63.84
High demand 860 1,552 2,412  
19.75 36.16
Manager gender when started in department by employee department (N, percent) <.001
Both female and male 2,379 1,561 3,940  
54.63 36.37
Female only 1,045 431 1,476  
24.00 10.04
Male only 931 2,300 3,231  
21.38 53.59
  1. Note: P-values are from a Chi-square test of association for categorical variables and from a t-test for continuous variables.