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Table 2 Hazard Ratios (95% CI) for Categories of Socioeconomic Status at the first and second Stage of Correction for Baseline Factors

From: The effect of socioeconomic status on three-year mortality after first-ever ischemic stroke in Nanjing, China

  Univariate p Plus age and sex p
Education     
   Illiteracy 1.04(0.50–2.18) 0.913 0.96(0.46–2.00) 0.916
   Primary school 1.37(0.63–2.98) 0.423 1.25(0.57–2.72) 0.579
   Junior high school 0.58(0.26–1.30) 0.184 0.77(0.34–1.74) 0.533
   Senior high school 0.73(0.28–1.89) 0.520 1.05(0.41–2.71) 0.923
   Technical training 1.49(0.54–4.14) 0.447 1.99(0.71–5.61) 0.192
   University degree 1   1  
Occupation     
   Unemployed 7.03(3.27–15.10) <0.001 6.27(2.97–13.21) <0.001
   Manual worker 5.44(2.75–10.77) <0.001 5.23(2.88–9.49) <0.001
   Non-manual worker 1   1  
Income     
   0 yuan 5.35(2.95–9.70) <0.001 5.37(3.19–9.03) <0.001
   <1000 yuan 2.10(1.24–3.58) 0.006 2.22(1.36–3.63) 0.002
   ≥ 1000 yuan 1   1  
Housing space     
   < 10 m2/person 2.06(1.16–3.65) 0.013 2.07(1.19–3.59) 0.010
   10 to 20 m2/person 1.34(0.89–2.03) 0.159 1.38(0.92–2.07) 0.115
   20 to 40 m2/person 1.68(1.12–2.52) 0.012 1.61(1.07–2.41) 0.021
   ≥ 40 m2/person 1   1  
  1. For each variable, the last category serves as reference category.