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Table 1 Description of the study sample and prevalence of suicide ideation according to covariates

From: Psychosocial work exposures and suicide ideation: a study of multiple exposures using the French national working conditions survey

 MenWomen
 Suicide ideation a Suicide ideation a
n% b% bp-value cn% b% bp-value c
All85795.2 11,8515.7 
Age (years)   0.128   0.360
 < 30102019.04.4 128318.14.7 
 30–39186425.53.7 247323.64.7 
 40–49279928.66.9 382028.16.0 
 ≥ 50289626.95.4 427530.26.8 
Marital status   0.002   0.015
 Living with a partner682776.24.3 884972.65.0 
 Alone175223.88.0 300127.47.7 
Social support outside work   < 0.001   < 0.001
 Yes and don’t need more help692481.73.7 893978.53.0 
 No and don’t need more help3404.28.5 3532.99.7 
 Yes but need more help100612.012.0 195215.315.0 
 No and need more help1912.016.4 4323.323.7 
Life event(s) during childhood   < 0.001   < 0.001
 None415448.12.5 460838.52.9 
 1246228.44.7 355630.13.2 
 ≥ 2192623.611.3 364431.311.6 
Life event(s) within the last 3 years   < 0.001   < 0.001
 None467556.43.0 485442.62.1 
 1258829.45.3 394532.15.3 
 ≥ 2128614.213.6 301225.312.3 
Occupation   0.686   0.725
 Managers, professionals202522.45.1 169114.94.9 
 Associate professionals, technicians240225.94.4 397827.95.2 
 Clerks, service workers139714.46.1 535748.36.1 
 Blue-collar workers268137.35.5 7518.96.6 
Economic activity   0.271   0.788
 Services599366.25.6 10,86690.15.7 
 Others257933.84.5 9799.96.1 
  1. aData on suicide ideation within the last 12 months were available for 8543 men and 11,795 women
  2. bWeighted percentages
  3. cp-value for the comparison of the weighted prevalence of suicide ideation according to covariates (Rao-Scott Chi-square test)