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Table 1 Socio-demographic and occupational factors of the workers’ sample (n = 6,378) by gender*

From: The relevance of socio-demographic and occupational variables for the assessment of work-related stress risk

  Male Female
  n % n %
Age (yrs)     
  18-30 321 10.1 297 13.8
  31-50 2,005 63.2 1,445 67.2
  50+ 846 26.7 408 19.0
  Missing 28 - 22 -
Marital status     
  Single 812 25.5 617 28.6
  Married 2,162 67.7 1,298 60.0
  Divorced/widowed 216 6.8 246 11.4
  Missing 10 - 11 -
Educational level     
  Elementary/middle 888 28.0 371 17.3
  High school 1,325 41.9 886 41.2
  Master/degree 955 30.1 893 41.5
  Missing 32 - 22 -
Occupational status     
  Blue-collar workers 1,304 44.2 713 34.5
  Clerks/professionals 1,044 35.3 980 47.4
  Manager 606 20.5 373 18.1
  Missing 246 - 106 -
Job seniority     
  0-5 yrs 665 22.4 589 28.3
  6-11 yrs 706 23.8 571 27.5
  12-17 yrs 540 18.2 343 16.5
  >17 yrs 1,054 35.6 577 27.7
  Missing 235 - 92 -
Job contract     
  Permanent 2,711 92.8 1,795 87.7
  Fixed-term 209 7.2 251 12.3
  Missing 280 - 126 -
Working hours     
  Full-time 2,858 96.4 1,502 72.5
  Part-time 107 3.6 569 27.5
  Missing 235 - 101 -
Shift work     
  Day workers 2,175 68.4 1,487 69.4
  Shift workers 450 14.1 384 17.9
  Night workers 558 17.5 272 12.7
  Missing 17 - 29 -
Commuting time to work     
  ≤ 60 minutes 1,984 78.0 1,502 77.9
  > 60 minutes 561 22.0 427 22.1
  Missing 655 - 243 -
Total 3,200   2,172  
  1. *Gender is missing for 1,006 subjects.