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Table 2 Comparison of hazard ratios for neuropsychological treatment obtained through Cox regression model with time-dependent covariates before and after Propensity Score Matching

From: The long-term effect of job mobility on workers’ mental health: a propensity score analysis

  Unmatched Matched 1:3
HR SE P-value 95%CI HR SE P-value 95%CI
Age
 ≥ 38 vs < 38 1.290 0.042  < 0.001 (1.187—1.403) 1.120 0.249 0.648 (0.687—1.826)
Sex
 Male vs Female 0.474 0.052  < 0.001 (0.428—0.526) 0.700 0.238 0.136 (0.438—1.119)
Smoker
 Yes vs No 1.345 0.045  < 0.001 (1.230—1.471) 1.226 0.212 0.335 (0.809—1.860)
Obesity
 Yes vs No 1.073 0.051 0.167 (0.970—1.186) 1.116 0.243 0.649 (0.693—1.798)
Physical activity
 Yes vs No 0.575 0.043  < 0.001 (0.528—0.627) 0.493 0.202  < 0.001 (0.332 -0.733)
Shift work
 Yes vs No 1.161 0.050 0.002 (1.053—1.281) 1.192 0.244 0.471 (0.738—1.924)
Noise
 Yes vs No 1.138 0.057 0.024 (1.016—1.274) 0.839 0.266 0.511 (0.497—1.415)
Manual tasks
 Yes vs No 1.143 0.056 0.017 (1.023—1.278) 1.314 0.278 0.326 (0.761—2.267)
Job strain
 Yes vs No 1.564 0.131  < 0.001 (1.209—2.025) 3.986 0.467 0.003 (1.593—9.971)
Physical load
 Yes vs No 1.190 0.068 0.011 (1.040—1.362) 1.222 0.338 0.553 (0.629—2.373)
Job mobility
 Yes vs No 1.330 0.080  < 0.001 (1.135—1.559) 2.065 0.199  < 0.001 (1.397—3.052)
  1. HR Hazard Ratio, SE Standard Error, 95%CI 95% Confidence Interval