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Table 2 Age-adjusted workplace social capital differences in depression related factors by gender

From: Effect modification by workplace social capital on the association between depression and workplace and family stress: the Japanese civil servant study

   Workplace social capital  
Depression-related factors High(%) Low(%) χ2 p-value
Men (n = 1867)   (n = 1531) (n = 336)  
Marital status Unmarried 19.7 20.5 0.490
Job position Low 54.2 64.3 < 0.001
Work hours Long (>9 h) 34.9 34.8 0.894
Shift work Yes 7.8 9.5 0.300
Control at work Low 23.6 40.2 < 0.001
Demand at work High 30.6 41.1 < 0.001
Support at work Low 21.5 53.3 < 0.001
Family–to–work conflict High 33.9 52.4 < 0.001
Work–to–family conflict High 28.2 44.6 < 0.001
Sleep hours Short (<6 h) 14.4 18.8 0.079
Longstanding illness Yes 35.5 41.4 0.031
Women(n = 1148)   (n = 893) (n = 255)  
Marital status Unmarried 42.9 49.0 0.002
Job position Low 86.0 87.8 0.273
Work hours Long (>9 h) 43.0 46.7 0.311
Shift work Yes 43.0 47.1 0.148
Control at work Low 28.0 50.6 < 0.001
Demand at work High 38.9 48.2 0.010
Support at work Low 14.3 46.3 < 0.001
Family-to-work conflict High 42.8 49.4 0.167
Work–to–family conflict High 38.2 53.3 < 0.001
Sleep hours Short (<6 h) 18.4 28.6 0.001
Longstanding illness Yes 24.0 24.3 0.886
  1. The percentages in the table show how much depression-related factors account for the high and low workplace social capital groups