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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of the study population

From: Biopsychosocial predictors and trajectories of work participation after transdiagnostic occupational rehabilitation of participants with mental and somatic disorders: a cohort study

Biopsychosocial factors n/N Percent
Sociodemography
 Female 169/212 80
 Age ≥ 36 years old 154/212 73
 Higher education 88/212 42
 Poor economy 43/212 20
Work and benefits
 Employed 127/212 60
 Work assessment allowance (type of benefit) 120/212 57
 Partial sick leave 76/212 36
 Physically demanding job 99/190 52
Psychological (attitudes, beliefs or behaviors)
 Low expectation of return to work 67/189 35
 High psychological flexibility 44/193 23
 High work self-efficacy 129/163 79
Health
 Chronic pain by self-report 159/211 75
 Chronic fatigue by self-report 166/211 79
 Mental distress by self- report 131/211 62
 Mental disorder as main diagnosis on sickness certificate 73/197 37
 Mental disorder confirmed by interdisciplinary assessment 45/211 21
 Sleep disturbance by self-report 76/212 36
Functioning
 Role limitations because of emotional problems 124/210 59
 Role limitations because of physical health 144/212 68