Table 6

Employment status and job condition transitions from baseline to follow-up (n = 4261).

Follow-up


Employed

High qual. jobsa

Low qual. jobsb

Unemployed

Not in LF

Total


Baseline


Employed

3608 (93.9%)

(Exp: 3460)

-

-

57 (1.5%)

(Exp: 76)

178 (4.6%)

Exp: 308)

100%


High quality jobsa

-

2537 (83.5%)

(Exp: 2278)

324 (10.7%)

(Exp: 459)

42 (1.4%)

(Exp: 60)

137 (4.5%)

(Exp: 243)

100%


Low quality jobsb

-

477 (59.4%)

(Exp: 602)

270 (33.6%)

(Exp: 121)

15 (1.9%)

(Exp: 16)

41 (5.1%)

(Exp: 64)

100%


Unemployed

75 (68.8%)

(Exp: 98)

54 (49.5%)

(Exp: 82)

21 (19.3%)

((Exp: 16)

15 (13.8%)

((Exp: 2)

19 (17.4%)

((Exp: 9)

100%


Not in Labour Force

153 (49.5%)

((Exp: 278)

125 (40.5%)

((Exp: 232)

28 (9.1%)

(Exp: 47)

12 (3.9%)

(Exp: 6)

144 (46.6%)

(Exp: 25)

100%


Notes. Calculated using cross-tabulations. Imputed data used for calculations. Exp: Expected count of cell frequencies. Bold figures indicate significant differences between observed and expected cell values (p < .05). This was determined with an adjusted residual score <-2.00 or >2.00 (Agresti, 1996 - [53]). a) 0 or 1 adverse conditions, b) 2 or 3 adverse conditions.

Leach et al. BMC Public Health 2010 10:621   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-10-621

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