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Table 1 Prevalence of perceived health problems, work environment problems and a combination of both problems in an academic population

From: Perceived health and work-environment related problems and associated subjective production loss in an academic population

  Total population (n = 2022) Health problems (n = 433) p-value Work environment problems (n = 170) p-value Both health and work environment problems (n = 216) p-value
Total, n (%) 2022 433 (21)   170 (8)   216 (11)  
Sex, n (%)    0.01 1   0.251   0.00 1
 Men 881 162 (18)   67 (8)   65 (7)  
 Women 1141 271 (24)   103 (9)   151 (13)  
Age, mean (sd) 41 (12) 41 (12) 0.721 41 (11) 0.881 40 (10) 0.121
Age, n (%)
 ≤29 328 71 (22)   28 (9)   36 (11)  
 30–39 748 167 (22)   63 (8)   84 (11)  
 40–49 423 86 (20)   35 (8)   53 (13)  
 50–59 320 57 (18)   29 (9)   36 (11)  
 ≥60 203 52 (26)   15 (7)   7 (3)  
Manager, n (%)    0.301   0.151   0.321
 Yes 525 104 (20)   52 (10)   50 (10)  
 No 1497 329 (22)   118 (8)   166 (11)  
Rank, n (%)    0.471   0.791   0.01 1
 Professors 247 53 (21)   18 (6)   11 (4)  
 Senior researcher 637 150 (20)   51 (17)   50 (9)  
 Junior researcher 130 23 (18)   16 (12)   16 (12)  
 PhD student 731 149 (20)   57 (8)   95 (13)  
 Teacher 277 58 (21)   28 (10)   44 (16)  
Years at current workplace, n (%)    0.151   0.481   0.241
 < 1 year 113 23 (20)   7 (6)   16 (14)  
 1–2 years 418 102 (24)   32 (8)   43 (10)  
 3–5 years 665 137 (21)   60 (9)   77 (12)  
 6–10 years 339 82 (24)   29 (9)   35 (10)  
 > 10 years 487 89 (18)   42 (9)   45 (9)  
Production loss due to the problem  
 Yes 364 (84) 158 (93) 213 (99)
 No 69 (16)   10 (6)   3 (1)  
 Missing     2 (1)    
  1. 1Spearman correlation