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Table 1 Characteristics of selected study subjects

From: Occupational injuries in times of labour market flexibility: the different stories of employment-secure and precarious workers

  Number Percent
Gender Male 35,598 59.6
Female 24,162 40.4
Entry Contract Without time restraints 24,567 41.1
Of which    
  Permanent contract 20,112 33.7
Freelance activity 944 1.6
Freelance commercial activity 1,996 3.3
Seasonal 1,515 2.5
With time restraints 32,193 53.9
Of which    
  Apprenticeship 11,921 19.9
Temporary Contract 9,833 16.5
Dependent Self-Employment 4,340 7.3
CFL 3,069 5.1
Interim 2,687 4.5
VAT registration 343 0.6
Number of contracts 1 12,280 20.5
2 12,712 21.3
3 10,626 17.8
4 7,730 12.9
5 5,069 8.5
>5 8,343 14.0
Number of jobs 1 15,944 26.7
2 12,975 21.7
3 9,488 15.9
4 6,713 11.2
5 4,414 7.4
>5 7,226 12.1
Number of Economic Activities (Sectors) Not Stated 5,021 8.4
1 27,615 46.2
2 15,063 25.2
3 6,336 10.6
4 2,021 3.4
>4 704 1.2
Work intensity (percentage) 0–25 % 11,222 19.8
25–50 % 7,737 13.6
50–75 % 9,389 16.5
75–100 % 28,412 50.1
Duration of longest period of non-employment <6 months 21,184 37.3
6–11 months 9,180 16.2
12–23 months 8,621 15.2
24–35 months 5,502 9.7
> = 3 years 12,273 21.6