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Table 7 Univariate and multivariate logistic analysis for nicotine dependence with job stress factors adjusted by general characteristics

From: A study on the relationship between job stress and nicotine dependence in Korean workers

Job stress factors Univariate Multivariatea
Crude Odds ratio 95 % Confidence interval Adjusted Odds ratio 95 % Confidence interval
Job demand 1.00 [0.993, 1.009] 0.99 [0.978, 1.001]
Job control 0.99 [0.989, 1.004] 0.98 [0.969, 0.993]
Interpersonal conflict 1.01 [1.002, 1.018] 0.99 [0.986, 1.010]
Job insecurity 1.00 [0.992, 1.013] 0.99 [0.979, 1.006]
Organization system 1.01 [1.002, 1.018] 0.99 [0.983, 1.010]
Lack of reward 1.01 [1.001, 1.016] 0.99 [0.982, 1.008]
Occupational climate 0.99 [0.990, 1.008] 0.98 [0.970, 0.996]
Sum of 7 factors 1.02 [1.003, 1.032] 1.07 [1.015, 1.143]
  1. a: adjusted by age, education, marital status, job-type