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Table 1 Distribution of main study variables in the final analytical study sample (N = 1615)

From: Longitudinal association between psychological demands and burnout for employees experiencing a high versus a low degree of job resources

Continuous psychological variables (range 2 to 10) Mean std
Psychological Demands 6.90 1.42
Burnout (Time one) 4.88 1.42
Burnout (Time two) 4.89 1.46
Categorical variables N %
Change in decision latitude
 High both time points 482 29.8%
 Increasing 213 13.2%
 Decreasing 239 14.8%
 Low both time points 681 42.2%
Change in social capital
 High both time points 521 32.3%
 Increasing 271 16.8%
 Decreasing 265 16.4%
 Low both time points 558 34.6%
Age Group
 15 to 34 years 223 13.8%
 35 to 54 years 912 56.5%
 55+ years 480 29.7%
Gender
 Male 549 34.0%
 Female 1066 66.0%
Education
 Primary school 116 7.2%
 Vocational school 478 29.6%
 High school 415 25.7%
 University degree 606 37.5%
Organization
 Private production company 266 16.5%
 Private care company 175 10.8%
 Municipal organization 444 27.5%
 Government authority 300 18.6%
 Municipal care unit 114 7.1%
 Public health care organization 68 4.2%
 Government organization 248 15.4%