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Table 3 Obesity, gender, pregnancy and career-family sequence cluster membership (%)

From: Becoming obese in young adulthood: the role of career-family pathways in the transition to adulthood for men and women

 UE-PUE-UC-CHCO-E-MUE-S-CHUE-M-CHCO-E-UCCO-E-SUE-S
Obesity at 17
 No79.4482.6792.5781.9486.9490.0291.0183.51
 Yes20.5617.337.4318.0613.069.988.9916.49
Obesity at 28
 No61.9763.0768.8261.7864.6175.1878.7567.35
 Yes38.0336.9331.1838.2235.3924.8221.2532.65
Gender
 Men62.5645.7440.5331.6836.1038.6953.9568.04
 Women37.4454.2659.4768.3263.9061.3146.0531.96
Pregnant at 28
 No95.3391.1981.5386.7886.3888.5694.4195.53
 Yes4.678.8118.4713.2213.6211.445.594.47
  1. The career-family clusters are coded using a the following scheme: CO college education, E (stable) employed, UE unemployed or unstable employment, M married, UC unmarried cohabitation, S single, P = living in the parental home, CH = having (had) a child(ren)