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Table 1 Participants' characteristics

From: Office workers' perspectives on physical activity and sedentary behaviour: a qualitative study

Participant ID Gender Agea Marital status Number of children Educational attainmentb Field of profession Working hoursc
P1 W 42 Married 2 Professional Education 28
P2 W 25 Single 0 University Pharmacy 40
P3 W 34 Cohabiting 1 Professional Secretary 24
P4 W 34 Cohabiting 2 University Research & consultancy 32
P5 W 32 Single 0 University Research 36
P6 W 38 Single 0 Professional Secretary 32
P7 W 32 Divorced 2 Professional Management 32
P8 M 37 Married 2 University Policy advisor 20
P9 M 45 Married 2 University Finance 40
P10 M 55 Cohabiting 1 University Finance 45
P11 M 60 Married 2 Professional ICT 40
P12 M 38 Cohabiting 0 Professional Finance 40
P13 M 41 Cohabiting 0 Professional Finance 44
P14 M 62 Married 0 University Finance 40
P15 W 54 Divorced 3 Secondary Secretary 25
P16 M 42 Relationship 0 Secondary ICT 36
  1. Abbreviations: W woman, M man, ICT Information and communications technology
  2. a Age in years
  3. b Secondary: Secondary education including higher school or leaving certificate/trade/apprenticeship; Professional: professional education including certificate/diploma; University: university education including university degree or higher
  4. c Average number of working hours per week