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Table 3 Perceived discrimination according to depression/anxiety disorders

From: The association between perceived discrimination and depression/anxiety disorders among Korean workers: analysis of the third Korean Working Conditions Survey

  Male (N = 22,020) Female (N = 13,510)
  Depression/anxiety disorders   Depression/anxiety disorders
Perceived discrimination N (%) No (%) Yes (%) N (%) No (%) Yes (%)
Total
 Yes 2284 (11.4) 2212 (96.8) 72 (3.2)* 1802 (13.3) 1711 (95.0) 91 (5.0)*
 No 17,736 (88.6) 17,566 (99.0 %) 170 (1.0) 11,708 (86.7) 11,575 (98.9) 133 (1.1)
Age
 Yes 835 (4.2) 816 (97.7) 19 (2.3)* 635 (4.7) 589 (92.8) 46 (7.2)*
 No 19,185 (95.8) 18,962 (98.8) 223 (1.2) 12,875 (95.3) 12,697 (98.6) 178 (1.4)
Academic cliquism
 Yes 1142 (5.7) 1110 (97.2) 32 (2.8)* 830 (6.1) 779 (93.9) 51 (6.1)*
 No 18,878 (94.3) 18,668 (98.9) 210 (1.1) 12,680 (93.9) 12,506 (98.6) 174 (1.4)
Birth origin
 Yes 435 (2.2) 422 (97.0) 13 (3.0)* 306 (2.3) 286 (93.5) 20 (6.5)*
 No 19,585 (97.8) 19,356 (98.8) 229 (1.2) 13,204 (97.7) 13,000 (98.5) 204 (1.5)
Sex
 Yes 369 (1.8) 353 (95.7) 16 (4.3)* 446 (3.3) 404 (90.6) 42 (9.4)*
 No 19,651 (98.2) 19,426 (98.9) 225 (1.1) 13,064 (96.7) 12,882 (98.6) 182 (1.4)
Employment status
 Yes 834 (4.2) 799 (95.8) 35 (4.2)* 654 (4.8) 600 (91.7) 54 (8.3)*
 No 19,186 (95.8) 18,979 (98.9) 207 (1.1) 12,856 (95.2) 12,686 (98.7) 170 (1.3)
  1. *p < 0.05 using the chi-square test