Table 1

Sociodemographic and occupational characteristics of the participants

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%


TRS = Teaching or Research Staff; ASp = Administration or Service Personnel; TRA = Trainees.

* p value for χ2 contrast test

Montero-Marín et al. BMC Psychiatry 2011 11:49   doi:10.1186/1471-244X-11-49

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