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Table 7 Prevalences (%) of different trajectories in men and women, by workforce participation at ages 10–15, 30–35 and 40–45. A total population investigation from Scania, Sweden.

From: Similar support for three different life course socioeconomic models on predicting premature cardiovascular mortality and all-cause mortality

Childhood workforce participation age 10–15† Adult workforce participation age 30–35 Adult workforce participation age 40–45 Social mobility category* Men n (%) Women n (%)
Inside Inside Inside IR S, IA S 35,951 (87.7) 27,086 (68.3)
Inside Inside Outside IR O, IA O 1,850 (4.5) 1,583 (4.0)
Inside Outside Inside IR O, IA I 980 (2.4) 7,783 (19.6)
Inside Outside Outside IR O, IA S 485 (1.2) 1,561 (3.9)
Outside Outside Outside IR S, IA S 42 (0.1) 101 (0.3)
Outside Outside Inside IR I, IA I 63 (0.2) 357 (0.9)
Outside Inside Outside IR I, IA O 110 (0.3) 96 (0.2)
Outside Inside Inside IR I, IA S 1,491 (3.6) 1,110 (2.8)
Total     40,972 (100) 39,677 (100)
  1. *IR O: Intergenerational mobility out of the workforce; IR I: Intergenerational mobility into the workforce; IR S: Intergenerational stable; IA O: Intragenerational mobility out of the workforce; IA I: Intragenerational mobility into the workforce; IA S: Intragenerational stable.
  2. †Childhood workforce participation was defined by workforce participation of the household.