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Table 2 Number of employees perceiving health problems, work environment or both types of problem, presented for men and women separately and by age, rank, managerial position and years at current workplace

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) Work environment problems (n = 170) Both types of problems (n = 216)
  Men Women Men Women p-value1 Men Women p-value1 Men Women p-value1
Total, n (%) 881 1141 162 (18) 271 (24)   67 (8) 103 (9)   68 (8) 151 (13)  
Age, n (%)      0.01    0.29    0.00
 −29 118 210 17 (14) 54 (26)   9 (7) 19 (9)   8 (7) 28 (13)  
 30–39 302 446 55 (18) 112 (25)   18 (6) 45 (10)   27 (9) 57 (13)  
 40–49 196 227 35 (18) 51 (22)   19 (10) 16 (7)   19 (10) 37 (16)  
 50–59 148 172 25 (17) 32 (17)   12 (8) 17 (10)   9 (6) 27 (16)  
 60+ 117 86 30 (26) 22 (26)   9 (8) 6 (7)   5 (4) 2 (2)  
Rank, n (%)      0.00    0.23    0.01
 Professor 178 69 38 (21) 15 (22)   13 (7) 5 (7)   7 (4) 4 (6)  
 Teacher 85 192 14 (16) 44 (23)   8 (9) 20 (10)   9 (11) 35 (18)  
 Researcher 305 332 65 (21) 85 (26)   23 (8) 28 (8)   18 (6) 32 (10)  
 Junior researcher 57 73 8 (14) 15 (21)   7 (12) 9 (12)   7 (12) 9 (12)  
 PhD student 256 475 37 (14) 112 (24)   16 (6) 41 (9)   24 (9) 71 (15)  
Manager, n (%)      0.00    0.66    0.00
 Yes 317 208 61 (19) 43 (21)   32 (10) 20 (9)   27 (9) 23 (11)  
 No 564 933 101 (18) 228 (24)   35 (6) 83 (9)   38 (7) 128 (14)  
Years at current workplace, n (%)      0.00    0.50    0.00
 < 1 year 46 67 10 (22) 13 (19)   3 (7) 4 (6)   4 (9) 12 (18)  
 1–2 years 173 245 35 (20) 67 (27)   8 (5) 24 (10)   9 (5) 34 (14)  
 3–5 years 273 392 45 (16) 92 (23)   22 (8) 38 (10)   24 (9) 53 (14)  
 6–10 years 130 209 26 (20) 56 (27)   15 (12) 14 (7)   6 (5) 29 (14)  
 > 10 years 259 228 46 (18) 43 (19)   19 (7) 23 (10)   22 (8) 23 (10)  
  1. 1Spearman correlation