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Table 1 Sample characteristics (overall and stratified by gender)

From: Unwanted sexual attention at work and long-term sickness absence: a follow-up register-based study

  All respondents Female respondents Male respondents
Observations (N /Per cent) 19,366 / 100.0 9599 / 49.6 9767 / 50.4
Long-term sickness absence (Events /Per cent) 1769 / 9.1 947 / 9.9 822 / 8.4
Exposure to unwanted sexual attention: Overall prevalence (N /Per cent) 415 / 2.2 265 / 2.9 150 / 1.6
Exposure to unwanted sexual attention from colleagues/managers/subordinates (N /Per cent) 181 / 1.0 118 / 1.3 63 / 0.7
Exposure to unwanted sexual attention from clients/customers/patients (N /Per cent) 245 / 1.3 156 / 1.7 89 / 1.0
Influence at work (Mean (SD)) 52.8 (26.1) 50.4 (25.2) 55.1 (26.8)
Work pace (Mean (SD)) 57.8 (24.6) 58.4 (24.7) 57.2 (24.5)
Age (Mean (SD)) 41.4 (11.1) 41.4 (11.0) 41.5 (11.1)
Working with customers 2510 / 13.0 1378 / 14.4 1132 / 11.6
Working with clients 5825 / 30.1 3619 / 37.7 2206 / 22.6
Office workers 4831 / 25.0 2556 / 26.6 2275 / 23.3
Manual workers 5617 / 29.0 1843 / 19.2 3774 / 38.6
Primary sector work (agriculture, forestry, fishing) 583 / 3.0 203 / 2.1 380 / 3.9
Original survey (N /Per cent)