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Table 1 Population Patterns of Job Strain by Gender and Occupational Skill Level: Logistic Regression Results as Odds Ratios with 95% Confidence Intervals (OR [95% CI])

From: Job strain — Attributable depression in a sample of working Australians: Assessing the contribution to health inequalities

  Univariate OR [95% CI] N = 1051 Multivariate* OR [95% CI] N = 1051 Men Only OR [95% CI] N = 501 Women Only OR [95% CI] N = 550
Gender (male = reference) 1.50 [1.11, 2.01] 1.53 [1.13, 2.06] -- --
Occupational skill level (1–5, highest to lowest) 1.20 [1.08, 1.32] p < 0.001 (test for trend) 1.20 [1.09, 1.33] p = 0.000 (test for trend) 1.26 [1.07, 1.49] p = 0.006 (test for trend) 1.17 [1.03, 1.33] p = 0.014 (test for trend)
  1. * Gender and skill level OR adjusted for eachother.