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Table 2 Prevalence of the chosen trajectories (latent class growth models, LCGM) in the latent model and after the classification based on the posterior probabilities: Temporary (T1) and permanent exit trajectory (T2) groups

From: Work participation trajectories among 1,098,748 Finns: reasons for premature labour market exit and the incidence of sickness absence due to mental disorders and musculoskeletal diseases

  Prevalence in the model % Prevalence after classification % (n) Accuracy of classification (reliability = mean of the posterior probabilities, and their 95% confidence intervals) Prevalence in the entire cohort after classification, % (n)
Age group T1 T2 T1 T2 T1 T2 T1 T2 T3
25–38 years 83.6 16.4 82.1 (n = 123,252) 17.9 (n = 26,895) 0.980 0.899 24.9 5.4 69.7 (n = 345,516)
(0.980–0.981) (0.897–0.901)    
Men    79.6 (n = 57,848) 20.4 (n = 14,835) 0.981 0.905 22.6 5.8 71.5 (n = 182,763)
(0.980–0.981) (0.903–0.907)    
Women    84.4 (n = 65,404) 15.6 (n = 12,060) 0.980 0.892 27.2 5.0 67.8 (n = 162,753)
(0.980–0.981) (0.889–0.894)    
39–52 years 71.4 28.6 69.5 (n = 122,013) 30.5 (n = 53,566) 0.976 0.893 20.1 8.9 70.9 (n = 427,506)
(0.976–0.977) (0.892–0.894)    
Men    67.8 (n = 64,979) 32.2 (n = 30,833) 0.975 0.893 21.7 10.3 68.0 (n = 203,896)
(0.974–0.976) (0.891–0.894)    
Women    71.5 (n = 57,034) 28.5 (n = 22,733) 0.977 0.894 18.8 7.5 73.7 (n = 223,610)
(0.977–0.978) (0.891–0.896)