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Table 4 Odds ratios with 95% confidence intervals for being employed at the end of the career health care experiment in cohorts with suboptimal self-rated overall health, suboptimal mental health (GHQ), suboptimal mood (BDI) and low sense of coherence at baseline

From: Does provision of targeted health care for the unemployed enhance re-employment?

  Employed Model 1 Model 2
Suboptimal self-rated health    
 - Control group 41% 1 1
 - Intervention group 28% 0.58 (0.23-1.47) 0.56 (0.20-1.54)
High psychological distress    
 - Control group 35% 1 1
 - Intervention group 39% 1.21 (0.38-3.89) 0.90 (0.23-3.58)
Depressive symptoms    
 - Control group 53% 1 1
 - Intervention group 36% 0.50 (0.19-1.30) 0.42 (0.14-1.30)
Low sense of coherence    
 - Control group 52% 1 1
 - Intervention group 44% 0.72 (0.37-1.40) 0.72 (0.36-1.47)
  1. Model 1: Unadjusted.
  2. Model 2: Adjusted for gender, age, vocational education and length of unemployment at entry to the experiment.