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Table 2 Associations between stress profiles as defined by the Brief Job Stress Questionnaire (BJSQ) and the incidence of turnover

From: Occupational stress and the risk of turnover: a large prospective cohort study of employees in Japan

 Person-daysCasesRate/1000person-daysHR (95% CI) 
Crude modelAge-adjusted modelaFully-adjusted modelb%PARc
Men (n = 3892)
 High stress222,908210.094.25(2.65, 6.80)*4.37(2.72, 7.00)*2.86(1.74, 4.68)*8.2%
 Others4,591,5441010.021.00 1.00 1.00  
Women (n = 5765)
 High stress1,124,5021950.171.45(1.24, 1.70)*1.54(1.32, 1.81)*1.52(1.29, 1.78)*8.3%
 Others5,536,9086650.121.00 1.00 1.00  
  1. HR Hazard ratio; CI confidence interval; PAR Population-attributable risk. *p < 0.05
  2. aAdjusted for age
  3. bAdjusted for age, length of service, job type, and position
  4. cPAR was calculated with the observed HR of fully-adjusted model
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