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Table 5 Sociodemographic and occupational risk factors for the "worn-out" type

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

FACTOR high score (%) low score (%) raw OR (95% CI) p adjusted OR (95% CI) p
AGE       
>50 years 21 (40.4) 31 (59.6) ref.   ref.  
35-50 years 72 (31.6) 156 (68.4) 0.68 (0.37-1.27) 0.225 0.87 (0.44-1.76) 0.707
<35 years 24 (20.7) 92 (79.3) 0.38 (0.19-0.79) 0.009 0.80 (0.30-2.13) 0.654
SEX       
female 68 (30.8) 153 (69.2) ref.   -  
male 50 (28.4) 126 (71.6) 0.89 (0.58-1.38) 0.609 - -
STABLE RELATIONSHIP       
yes 79 (25.4) 232 (74.6) ref.   ref.  
no 39 (45.3) 47 (54.7) 2.44 (1.48-4.00) <0.001 1.91 (1.05-3.45) 0.033
CHILDREN       
1 or more 47 (24.9) 142 (75.1) ref.   ref.  
none 65 (34.4) 124 (65.6) 1.58 (1.01-2.47) 0.043 1.90 (1.09-3.30) 0.024
EDUCATION       
secondary 27 (45.0) 33 (55.0) ref.   ref.  
university 48 (23.1) 160 (76.9) 0.37 (0.20-0.67) 0.001 0.48 (0.24-0.95) 0.037
doctorate 43 (33.3) 86 (66.7) 0.61 (0.33-1.14) 0.123 0.60 (0.30-1.19) 0.146
HOURS PER WEEK       
<35 hours 41 (27.0) 111 (73.0) ref.   -  
35-40 hours 28 (27.7) 73 (72.3) 1.04 (0.59-1.82) 0.896 - -
>40 hours 38 (30.9) 85 (69.1) 1.21 (0.72-2.04) 0.475 - -
OCCUPATION       
TRS 54 (31.6) 117 (68.4) ref.   -  
ASP 57 (30.8) 128 (69.2) 0.96 (0.62-1.51) 0.876 - -
TRA 7 (17.1) 34 (82.9) 0.45 (0.19-1.07) 0.071 - -
LENGHT OF SERVICE       
<4 years 8 (11.0) 65 (89.0) ref.   ref.  
4-16 years 55 (31.1) 122 (68.9) 3.66 (1.64-8.15) 0.001 3.44 (1.34-8.86) 0.010
>16 years 55 (37.4) 92 (62.6) 4.86 (2.17-10.88) <0.001 4.56 (1.47-14.16) 0.009
MONTHLY INCOME       
>2000€ 34 (32.7) 70 (67.3) ref.   -  
1200-2000€ 56 (33.7) 110 (66.3) 1.05 (0.62-1.76) 0.860 - -
<1200€ 26 (21.5) 95 (78.5) 0.56 (0.31-1.02) 0.060 - -
CONTRACT DURATION       
Permanent 86 (34.1) 166 (65.9) ref.   ref.  
Temporary 32 (22.1) 113 (77.9) 0.55 (0.34-0.87) 0.012 1.04 (0.52-2.05) 0.919
CONTRACT TYPE       
full-time 113 (30.4) 259 (69.6) ref.   -  
part-time 5 (20.0) 20 (80.0) 0.57 (0.21-1.56) 0.277 - -
  1. % refer to the percentage in each stratum. Raw OR: Odds Ratio resulting from bivariate analysis. Adjusted OR: Odds Ratio for significant variables (p ≤ 0.05) in bivariate analysis through a multivariate logistic regression model. CI: confidence interval. Ref. = reference category. 'High score' implies scores higher than the upper quartile of the scores observed in the sample', 'low score' implies scores lower or equal than the upper quartile.