Table 1

Demographic presentation of the study population, responders, and of the sample population that had experienced negative encounters with social insurance staff
Total number of respondents n (%) Respondents with experience of positive encounters n (%) Respondents with experience of negative encounters n (%)
All 5,802 (100) 4,365 (100) 1,206 (100)
Gender
Female 3,698 (64) 2,811 (64) 790 (66)
Male 2,104 (36) 1,554 (36) 416 (34)
Age categories
20-29 460 (8) 331 (8) 169 (14)
30-39 1,177 (20) 897 (20) 334 (28)
40-49 1,424 (25) 1,058 (24) 326 (27)
50-59 1,825 (31) 1,397 (32) 285 (24)
60-64 916 (16) 682 (16) 92 (7)
Educational level
Compulsory school 1759 (30) 1324 (30) 287 (24)
2 years in high school 1251 (22) 950 (22) 272 (23)
3-4 years in high school 1171 (20) 883 (20) 299 (25)
University credits 490 (8) 386 (9) 105 (8)
Completed university degree 1074 (19) 786 (18) 233 (19)
Missing 56 (1) 36 (1) 10 (1)
Sick-leave diagnosis
Mental 1,547 (27) 1161 (27) 335 (28)
Musculoskeletal 1,855 (32) 1422 (32) 386 (32)
Other somatic 1,322 (23) 964 (22) 218 (18)
Several diagnoses 1,069 (18) 256 (6) 133 (11)
(Missing) 9 562 (13) 134 (11)

Lynöe et al.

Lynöe et al. BMC Public Health 2013 13:268   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-268

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