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Table 4 Poisson regression models for prevalence ratios of poor mental health in unemployed Andalusian population

From: How are the employed and unemployed affected by the economic crisis in Spain? Educational inequalities, life conditions and mental health in a context of high unemployment

  Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4
  PR CI95 PR CI95 PR CI95 PR CI95
Period         
Crisis/Precrisis 1.10 0.91–1.34       
Education         
University ref        
Secondary 1.82 1.30–2.55       
Primary complete 1.55 1.11–2.18       
Primary incomplete 1.62 1.14–2.29       
Period - Education         
Period – University    1.64 0.72–3.76 1.46 0.64–3.36 1.40 0.61–3.19
Period – Secondary    2.09 1.27–3.44 1.85 1.11–3.06 1.73 1.06–2.83
Period – Primary complete    0.79 0.59–1.07 0.74 0.55–1.00 0.78 0.59–1.05
Period – Primary incomplete    0.96 0.70–1.33 0.94 0.68–1.28 0.98 0.72–1.33
Education – Precrisis         
University    ref   ref   ref  
Secondary    1.43 0.58–3.51 1.28 0.52–3.19 1.25 0.51–3.05
Primary complete    2.72 1.22–6.07 2.24 1.00–5.03 1.96 0.88–4.38
Primary incomplete    2.43 1.08–5.48 1.89 0.84–4.28 1.63 0.72–3.70
Education – Crisis         
University    ref   ref   ref  
Secondary    1.82 1.27–2.60 1.62 1.13–2.32 1.54 1.08–2.19
Primary complete    1.31 0.90–1.91 1.14 0.79–1.66 1.10 0.76–1.58
Primary incomplete    1.43 0.97–2.09 1.21 0.83–1.76 1.14 0.78–1.65
Difficulty to Make Ends Meet         
No difficulty      ref   ref  
Difficulty      1.23 0.92–1.64 1.21 0.91–1.61
Great difficulty      1.90 1.46–2.48 1.78 1.37–2.33
Social Support         
Good/Low        0.57 0.49–0.68
  1. Models adjusted for sex, age, main earner condition, cohabitation and partner's working status
  2. PR prevalence ratio, CI95 95 % Confidence Interval