Table 1

Demographic differences among 398 participants by gender
Variable Total (N=398) Male (N=288) Female (N=110) t X2 P value
Age, M (SD), range 32.3 (9.6), 16-67 34.2 (1.0), 16-67 27.0 (6.3), 19-48 7.11 <0.05
Marital status
 Single, n (%) 128 (32.2) 73 (25.3) 55 (50.0) 38.302 <0.05
 Married, n (%) 256 (64.3) 203 (70.5) 53 (40.9)
 Divorced, n (%) 14 (3.5) 12 (4.2) 2 (9.1)
Ethnicity
 Han, n (%) 353 (88.7) 262 (91.0) 91 (82.7) 5.772 >0.05
 Korean, n (%) 26 (6.5) 14 (4.9) 12 (10.9)
 Others, n (%) 19(4.8) 12 (4.2) 7 (6.4)
Education
 Elementary school, n (%) 18 (4.5) 15 (5.2) 3 (2.7) 1.671 >0.05
 Middle school, n (%) 276 (69.3) 201 (69.8) 75 (68.2)
 High/technical school, n (%) 92 (23.1) 64 (22.2) 28 (25.5)
 College or above, n (%) 12 (3.0) 8 (2.8) 4 (3.6)
Residency
 Permanent residents, n (%) 302 (75.9) 249 (86.5) 53 (48.2) 63.717 <0.05
 Mobile population, n (%) 96 (24.1) 39 (13.5) 57 (51.8)
Employment
 Self-employed, n (%) 224 (56.3) 211 (73.3) 13 (11.8) 177.11 <0.05
 Commercial service, n (%) 76 (19.1) 14 (4.9) 62 (56.4)
 Unemployed, n (%) 81 (20.4) 47 (16.3) 34 (30.9)
 Others, n (%) 17 (4.3) 16 (5.6) 1 (0.9)

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Liu et al. BMC Public Health 2013 13:30   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-30

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