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Table 1 Distribution of participants across increasing levels of burnout (0 to 3) in the total study sample at baseline (N = 490) as well as for the participants that dropped out of the study between baseline and follow-up (i.e., “drop-outs”)

From: Burnout among school teachers: quantitative and qualitative results from a follow-up study in southern Sweden

   Levels of burnout at baseline
  All Level 0 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3
N N (%) N (%) N (%) N (%)
Included in the follow-up study 310 165 (53) 102 (33) 30 (10) 13 (4)
 Women 230 120 (52) 78 (34) 22 (10) 10 (4)
 Men 80 45 (56) 24 (30) 8 (10) 3 (4)
Drop-outs, all 180 83 (46) 67 (37) 23 (13) 7 (4)
 Non responders* 91 39 (43) 35 (38) 15 (16) 2 (2)
 Off duty/change of work 24 10 (42) 5 (21) 6 (25) 3 (12)
 Retired 43 25 (58) 16 (37) 2 (4) 0
 Parental leave 11 4 (36) 5 (46) 0 2 (18)
 Missing outcome-data at follow-up 11 5 (46) 6 (54) 0 0
  1. *Three persons could not be reached, two had emigrated