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Table 4 Odds ratios for suicidal ideation in the past year associated with workplace social capital in men, Tsukuba, Japan (2017)

From: Relationship between workplace social capital and suicidal ideation in the past year among employees in Japan: a cross-sectional study

  Crude model Model 1a Model 2b
Variables OR 95% CI P for liner trend OR 95% CI P for liner trend OR 95% CI P for liner trend
Overall (n = 4030)
 Workplace Social Capital (vs. High)   <  0.001    <  0.001    <  0.001
  Mid-high 0.78 0.49–1.25   0.92 0.57–1.47   0.91 0.57–1.47  
  Mid-low 1.20 0.77–1.88   1.44 0.92–2.25   1.43 0.91–2.25  
  Low 2.57 1.72–3.83   2.89 1.93–4.33   2.80 1.85–4.22  
Researcher/academic (n = 1975)
 Workplace Social Capital (vs. High)   0.002    <  0.001    0.001
  Mid-high 0.87 0.46–1.65   1.04 0.54–1.98   1.01 0.53–1.95  
  Mid-low 1.12 0.59–2.11   1.38 0.72–2.63   1.41 0.73–2.72  
  Low 2.09 1.17–3.71   2.43 1.35–4.35   2.41 1.33–4.36  
Clerk/administration (n = 992)
 Workplace Social Capital (vs. High)   0.001    0.001    0.001
  Mid-high 1.07 0.41–2.76   1.26 0.48–3.30   1.28 0.49–3.36  
  Mid-low 1.76 0.73–4.26   2.06 0.84–5.02   2.05 0.83–5.05  
  Low 2.99 1.28–6.96   3.20 1.36–7.50   3.20 1.35–7.60  
Technician/engineer (n = 1063)
 Workplace Social Capital (vs. High)   <  0.001    <  0.001    <  0.001
  Mid-high 0.41 0.14–1.15   0.47 0.16–1.34   0.46 0.16–1.32  
  Mid-low 0.82 0.32–2.10   0.95 0.37–2.45   0.89 0.34–2.33  
  Low 3.11 1.46–6.63   3.51 1.63–7.54   3.16 1.45–6.90  
  1. Statistical analyses were conducted with binomial logistic regression
  2. a Adjusted for age group
  3. b Adjusted for age group, marital status, educational attainment, and annual household income. Overall results were also adjusted by occupation