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Table 1 Sociodemographic and occupational characteristics of the participants

From: Sociodemographic and occupational risk factors associated with the development of different burnout types: the cross-sectional University of Zaragoza study

  TOTAL (n = 409) TRS (n = 176) ASP (n = 191) TRA (n = 42) p
AGE      < 0.001
<35 years 29.5% 23.8% 19.8% 97.6%  
35-50 years 57.0% 59.3% 66.8% 2.4%  
>50 years 13.5% 16.9% 13.4% - -  
SEX      0.728
male 44.4% 42.4% 45.2% 48.8%  
STABLE RELATIONSHIP      0.456
no 21.9% 19.2% 23.4% 26.8%  
CHILDREN      <0.001
no children 50.1% 47.6% 42.3% 97.4%  
EDUCATION      <0.001
secondary 15.5% 0.6% 31.9% 2.5%  
university 52.1% 28.5% 65.4% 90.2%  
doctorate 32.4% 70.9% 2.7% 7.3%  
N° OF WORKING HOURS      <0.001
<35 h/wk 40.6% 16.8% 65.9% 22.5%  
35-40 h/wk 26.8% 24.8% 27.9% 30.0%  
>40 h/wk 32.6% 58.4% 6.2% 47.5%  
LENGHT OF SERVICE      <0.001
<4 years 18.5% 10.5% 12.2% 80.5%  
4-16 years 44.6% 49.4% 45.7% 19.5%  
>16 years 36.9% 40.1% 42.1% - -  
MONTHLY INCOME      <0.001
<€1,200 31.1% 19.5% 26.1% 97.6%  
1,200-2,000 42.1% 27.6% 66.3% 2.4%  
>€2,000 26.8% 52.9% 7.6% - -  
CONTRACT DURATION      <0.001
permanent 63.6% 69.2% 72.3% - -  
CONTRACT TYPE      0.006
full-time 93.8% 93.6% 96.3% 82.9%  
  1. TRS = Teaching or Research Staff; ASp = Administration or Service Personnel; TRA = Trainees.
  2. * p value for χ2 contrast test
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