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Table 1 Sociodemographic details of participants

From: Young people with depression and their experience accessing an enhanced primary care service for youth with emerging mental health problems: a qualitative study

Variables n = 26 (%)
Gender
 Young women 16 (61.5 %)
 Young men 10 (38.5 %)
Marital status
 Single 19 (73.1 %)
 Married/de facto 4 (15.4 %)
 Boyfriend/girlfriend 2 (7.6 %)
 Missing data 1 (3.8 %)
Living circumstances
 Lives with one or both parents 15 (57.7 %)
 Lives with spouse/partner 1 (3.8 %)
 Lives with boyfriend/girlfriend 1 (3.8 %)
 Lives with other relatives 2 (7.7 %)
 Lives alone in non-supported accommodation 2 (7.7 %)
 Lives alone in supported accommodation 1 (3.8 %)
 Homeless 1 (3.8 %)
 Other† 3 (11.5 %)
Highest level of education completed
 High school (Yr. 10) 12 (46.2 %)
 High school (Yr. 12) 7 (26.9 %)
 High school (continuing)‡ 6 (23.1 %)
 University 1 (3.8 %)
Paid employment
 Yes 7 (26.9 %)
 No 19 (73.1 %)
Employment type
 Full-time 1 (3.8 %)
 Part-time 4 (15.4 %)
 Casual 2 (7.7 %)
  Mean (SD)
Age 18 (1.8 years) (Range 16–22 years)
Median (SD)
Duration of contact with the service 4.5 (5.1 months) (Range 0–24 months)
  1. † = living with foster parent, parents and partner, stepfather.
  2. ‡ = still attending high school.