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Table 3 Number of injuries, rate of all injuries and serious ones (CI 95 %) and incidence rate ratio (CI 95 %) in the clusters, 2000–2005

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

Cluster Profile All injuries Serious injuries
Number of injuries Rate of injuries (100persons/year) IRR Number of injuries Rate of injuries (100persons/year) IRR
1 Employment-secure career 3671 4.39 1.00 604 0.72 1.00
(4.25–4.53) (0.66–0.78)
2 Exiting the labour market in the 1st year 64 6.42 1.46 15 1.50 2.08
(4.85–7.99) (1.14–1.87) (0.74–2.27) (1.25–3.48)
3 Exiting the labour market in the 2nd year 164 5.33 1.22 45 1.46 2.03
(4.52–6.15) (1.04–1.42) (1.04–1.89) (1.50–2.75)
4 Precarious career – low work intensity 415 5.45 1.24 83 1.09 1.51
(4.93–5.98) (1.12–1.38) (0.86–1.32) (1.20–1.90)
5 Precarious career – medium work intensity 778 6.89 1.57 135 1.20 1.67
(6.41–7.38) (1.45–1.70) (0.99–1.40) (1.38–2.00)
6 Precarious career – high work intensity 2294 6.17 1.41 380 1.02 1.42
(5.92–6.42) (1.34–1.48) (0.92–1.13) (1.25–1.61)