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Table 3 Associations between education, income, and sick leave (SL)

From: Socioeconomic status and sick leave granted for mental and somatic disorders: a prospective study of young adult twins

   Crude Adjusteda Fully adjustedb
   b (95% C.I.) b (95% C.I.) b (95% C.I.)
SL somatic Education −0.67 (−0.79, −0.54) −0.69 (−0.82, 0.57) −0.68 (−0.80, −0.55)
  Income −0.64 (−0.74, −0.53) −0.24 (−0.35, −0.13) −0.05 (−0.15, 0.06)
SL mental Education −0.23 (−0.31, −0.15) −0.22 (−0.30, −0.14) −0.19 (−0.27, −0.10)
  Income −0.24 (−0.30, −0.18) −0.17 (−0.24, −0.11) −0.12 (−0.19, −0.05)
SL any Education −0.92 (−1.08, −0.76) −0.92 (−1.08, −0.75) −0.88 (−1.04, −0.72)
  Income −0.91 (−1.04, −0.78) −0.36 (−0.50, −0.23) −0.12 (−0.25, 0.02)
N   6103   6103   6103  
  1. SL granted for somatic, mental, and any disorder. Increase or reduction in sick leave of percentage points per unit increase in education or income.
  2. Notes: Bold values signify p < 0.05; a)Adjusted for sex and birth year; b)Income and education analyzed jointly, adjusted for sex and birth year.