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Table 2 Univariate analysis of burnout dimensions

From: Age and work duration do not predict burnout in firefighters

Predictor EX CY PE
High (N = 181) Low (N = 423) High (N = 201) Low (N = 403) High (N = 198) Low (N = 406)
Age 28 (14) 27 (11) 28 (14) 27 (11) 28 (13) 27 (12)
Male sex, N (%) 165 (91) 399 (94) 187 (93) 377 (94) 193 (97) 371 (91)*
Work duration, years 5 (11) 4 (9) 5 (10) 4 (9) 4 (9) 4 (9)
Group 1 24 (13) 69 (16) 29 (14) 64 (16) 38 (19) 55 (14)
Group 2 56 (31) 186 (44)* 75 (37) 167 (41) 94 (47) 148 (36)*
Group 3 6 (3) 15 (4) 1 (0) 20 (5)* 2 (1) 19 (5)*
Group 4 44 (24) 86 (20) 46 (23) 84 (21) 40 (20) 90 (22)
Group 5 12 (7) 9 (2)* 14 (7) 7 (2)* 8 (4) 13 (3)
Group 6 39 (22) 58 (14)* 36 (19) 61 (15) 16 (8) 81 (20)*
Married, N (%) 115 (64) 231 (55)* 116 (58) 230 (57) 113 (57) 233 (57)
University education 71 (39) 123 (29)* 76 (38) 118 (29)* 47 (24) 147 (36)*
Daily smoking 71 (39) 157 (37) 85 (42) 143 (35) 76 (38) 152 (37)
Exercising 3 times a week 78 (43) 199 (47) 86 (43) 191 (48) 85 (43) 192 (47)
Alcohol never use 90 (50) 271 (64)* 98 (49) 263 (65)* 125 (63) 236 (58)
SF-8 PCS 61.2 (9.4) 64.8 (4.1)* 62.3 (7.0) 64.8 (4.4)* 64.2 (6.0) 64.8 (5.2)
SF-8 MCS 60.9 (11.6) 66.3 (5.7)* 62.4 (10.4) 66.2 (5.9)* 64.8 (7.3) 65.1 (8.0)
FSS > 36 25 (14) 22 (5)* 24 (12) 23 (6)* 14 (7) 33 (8)
Language barrier 17 (9) 24 (6) 26 (13) 15 (4)* 9 (5) 32 (8)
Combat uniform wear discomfort 52 (29) 44 (10)* 46 (23) 50 (12)* 31 (16) 65 (16)
  1. Note: EX emotional exhaustion, CY cynicism, PE professional efficacy, MCS Mental Component Score, PCS Physical Component Score, FSS Fatigue Severity Scale; * - p < 0.05