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Table 3 Respondent characteristics

From: Willingness to pay for flexibility at the workplace for people with diabetes and chronic disease: a discrete choice experiment in a population of workers in Denmark

N Respondents asked about diabetes (%) Respondents asked about chronic diseases (%) Difference
P-value
540 563
Men 272 (50) 297 (53)  
Women 268 (50) 266 (47) 0.429
Age (average) 46 (SD = 10.38) 45 (SD = 10.43) 0.450
Full-time employment 515 (95) 541 (96)  
Part-time employment 25 (5) 22 (4) 0.553
Public sector 214 (40) 226 (40)  
Private sector 326 (60) 337 (60) 0.862
More than 3 years of further education 303 (56) 315 (56)  
Less than 3 years of further education 237 (44) 248 (44) 0.957
Relatives or friends with diabetes 205 (38) 184 (33)  
No relatives or friends with diabetes 335 (62) 379 (67) 0.067
Arthritis 30 (6) 23 (4) 0.254
Asthma 18 (3) 23 (4) 0.509
Back pain 19 (4) 27 (5) 0.289
Depression 22 (4) 24 (4) 0.875
Decreased hearing 12 (2) 11 (2) 0.755
Migraine 29 (5) 23 (4) 0.314
Other long-term disease 52 (10) 54 (10) 0.983
  1. Reported chronic conditions had been treated within the past year upon completion of the survey. Differences tested with Chi-squared tests and Student’s t-test for categorical and continuous outcomes, respectively
  2. SD Standard deviation