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Table 4 Analysis of the effect of interaction between some workers’ characteristics (multiple mixed effects model)

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

  Demands Control Managerial support Peer support Relationships Role Change
Interactive effects β* p β* p β* p β* p β* p β* p β* p
Among part-time               
  Women vs men   ns -0.18 0.029   ns   ns   ns   ns   ns
Among full-time               
  Women vs men -0.05 0.031 -0.07 0.016   ns -0.10 <0.001 -0.15 <0.001   ns -0.08 0.013
Among aged above 50 years               
  Night vs day workers   ns -0.45 <0.001   ns   ns -0.17 0.011   ns -0.18 0.026
  Shift vs day workers -0.11 0.036 -0.48 <0.001 -0.23 0.001 -0.15 0.019 -0.21 0.001   ns -0.28 <0.001
Among aged 31–50 years               
  Night vs day workers   ns -0.41 <0.001   ns -0.11 0.020 -0.13 0.003   ns -0.13 0.014
  Shift vs day workers   ns -0.15 <0.001   ns   ns   ns 0.10 0.003   ns
Among aged 18–30 years               
  Night vs day workers -0.20 0.005   ns   ns   ns -0.27 0.002   ns   ns
  Shift vs day workers   ns   ns   ns   ns   ns   ns   ns
Among blue-collars               
  Master degree vs elementary/middle -0.10 0.050 0.21 0.001   ns   ns   ns -0.10 0.035   ns
  High school vs elementary/middle   ns 0.08 0.036 -0.11 0.004   ns   ns   ns   ns
Among clerks               
  Master degree vs elementary/middle -0.15 0.008 0.31 <0.001 0.16 0.024   ns 0.18 0.006   ns   ns
  High school vs elementary/middle   ns 0.37 <0.001 0.14 0.036   ns 0.19 0.002   ns   ns
Among managers               
  Master degree vs elementary/middle   ns   ns   ns   ns   ns   ns   ns
  High school vs elementary/middle   ns   ns   ns   ns   ns 0.33 0.002   ns
  1. *The effects estimates (β) are reported only for significant differences.