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Table 3 Average level of subjective production loss in a working population divided into different categories

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

  Health-related production loss1(n = 433) Work environment-related production loss1(n = 168) Both health and work environment-related production loss1 (n = 216)
  Mean (sd) p-value Mean (sd) p-value Mean (sd) p-value
Total 31 (26)   42 (26)   41 (23)  
Sex   0.072   0.912   0.272
 Men 28 (25)   41 (26)   38 (20)  
 Women 33 (27)   42 (25)   42 (24)  
Age   0.02 3   0.343   0.193
 −29 34 (23)   43 (26)   38 (20)  
 30–39 33 (30)   46 (27)   44 (24)  
 40–49 36 (28)   37 (25)   41 (22)  
 50–59 25 (21)   35 (24)   40 (24)  
 60+ 23 (21)   43 (21)   24 (16)  
Manager   0.752   0.532   0.01 2
 Yes 31 (31)   40 (25)   33 (19)  
 No 31 (27)   42 (25)   43 (24)  
Rank
 Professor 25 (21) 0.083 36 (22) 0.363 21 (15) 0.04 3
 Senior researcher 34 (30)   42 (26)   41 (24)  
 Junior researcher 30 (24)   43 (22)   40 (23)  
 PhD student 33 (26)   45 (28)   41 (22)  
 Teacher 26 (22)   35 (21)   45 (24)  
Years at current workplace   0.323   0.133   0.123
 < 1 year 36 (32)   45 (16)   41 (22)  
 1–2 years 33 (25)   41 (29)   41 (25)  
 3–5 years 33 (27)   48 (26)   43 (20)  
 6–10 years 29 (26)   39 (23)   46 (26)  
 > 10 years 27 (24)   34 (22)   33 (21)  
  1. 1Production loss was assessed on a scale ranging from 0 to 100
  2. 2Students t-test
  3. 3Oneway Anova