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Table 1 Sociodemographic factors and well-being

From: The relationship between working condition factors and well-being

    Well-being  
   Total Poor Fair  
   N N % N % p-value*
Total   5,995 2,415 40.3 3,580 59.7  
Gender Male 3,304 1,341 40.6 1,963 59.4 0.595
Female 2,691 1,074 39.9 1,617 60.1
Age <29 901 328 36.4 573 63.6 <0.001
30–39 1,833 790 43.1 1,043 56.9
40–49 1,662 602 36.2 1,060 63.8
50–59 1,018 426 41.8 592 58.2
>60 581 269 46.3 312 53.7
Education Middle school or lower 917 455 49.6 462 50.4 <0.001
High school 2,578 1,057 41.0 1,521 59.0
Junior college 755 325 43.0 430 57.0
College or higher 1,745 578 33.1 1,167 66.9
Monthly income (KRW) <1 million 1,326 572 43.1 754 56.9 <0.001
1≤, <2 million 2,251 939 41.7 1,312 58.3
2≤, <3 million 1,382 547 39.6 835 60.4
≥3 million 1,036 357 34.5 679 65.5
Balancing income and expenses Difficult 1,149 669 58.2 480 41.8 <0.001
Somewhat difficult 2,122 986 46.5 1,136 53.5
Somewhat easy 1,740 525 30.2 1,215 69.8
Easy 984 235 23.9 749 76.1
Health status Bad 255 171 67.1 84 32.9 <0.001
Normal 1,396 831 59.5 565 40.5
Good 3,572 1,253 35.1 2,319 64.9
Very good 772 160 20.7 612 79.3
Smoking Non smoker 3,420 1,328 38.8 2,092 61.2 0.025
Current smoker 1,999 850 42.5 1,149 57.5
Ex-smoker 576 237 41.1 339 58.9
Drinking Non-drinker 1,715 688 40.1 1,027 59.9 <0.001
Moderate drinker 2,574 976 37.9 1,598 62.1
Excessive drinker 1,706 751 44.0 955 56.0
  1. *p-value: Pearson’s chi-squared test.
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