Skip to main content

Advertisement

Table 5 Odds ratios for suicidal ideation in the past year associated with workplace social capital in women, 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 = 2295)
 Workplace Social Capital (vs. High)    0.003    0.002    0.006
  Mid-high 0.78 0.48–1.27   0.88 0.54–1.43   0.85 0.52–1.40  
  Mid-low 0.73 0.45–1.18   0.83 0.51–1.34   0.76 0.47–1.24  
  Low 1.75 1.15–2.66   1.92 1.25–2.93   1.77 1.15–2.71  
Researcher/academic (n = 704)
 Workplace Social Capital (vs. High)    0.282    0.232    0.295
  Mid-high 0.65 0.28–1.52   0.70 0.30–1.65   0.69 0.29–1.65  
  Mid-low 0.23 0.06–0.82   0.25 0.07–0.89   0.24 0.07–0.86  
  Low 1.58 0.76–3.28   1.67 0.80–3.49   1.59 0.75–3.37  
Clerk/administration (n = 1244)
 Workplace Social Capital (vs. High)    0.010    0.008    0.017
  Mid-high 0.93 0.47–1.86   1.04 0.52–2.08   1.00 0.49–2.03  
  Mid-low 1.13 0.60–2.13   1.28 0.68–2.42   1.22 0.64–2.34  
  Low 1.94 1.06–3.56   2.11 1.14–3.90   1.97 1.06–3.67  
Technician/engineer (n = 347)
 Workplace Social Capital (vs. High)    0.380    0.484    0.534
  Mid-high 0.65 0.20–2.15   0.72 0.22–2.39   0.71 0.21–2.42  
  Mid-low 0.26 0.05–1.28   0.30 0.06–1.49   0.28 0.05–1.47  
  Low 1.59 0.59–4.25   1.68 0.62–4.56   1.70 0.60–4.76  
  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