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Table 2 Comparisons of the on-call work of the study subjects according to the job classification

From: The association between Korean employed workers’ on-call work and health problems, injuries

Job classification (KECOa) On-call work n(%)
Yes No
2722(9.3) 26,524(90.7)
Law, Police, Firefighting, Prison 117(31.7) 252(68.3)
Soldier 26(30.2) 60(69.8)
Drivers and transportation 243(14.6) 1412(85.4)
Information and Communications 74(13.4) 478(86.6)
Construction 241(12.9) 1625(87.1)
Public healthcare, Medical 206(12.8) 1406(87.2)
Management 68(11.2) 538(88.8)
Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing 17(10.5) 145(89.5)
Security and Janitorial staff and cleaning 166(9.6) 1563(90.4)
Electricity and Electronics 96(9.4) 927(90.6)
Culture, Art, Design, Broadcasting 53(9.3) 517(90.7)
Management, Accounting, Office job 579(8.6) 6181(91.4)
Machine 129(8.4) 1404(91.6)
Sales 214(8.1) 2444(91.9)
Finance and Insurance 80(7.6) 967(92.4)
Environment, Printing, Woodworking, Furniture, crafts, simple manufacturing 79(7.6) 959(92.4)
Food processing 15(7.1) 197(92.9)
Social welfare and Religion 41(6.8) 562(93.2)
Food service 90(6.6) 1265(93.4)
Chemistry 16(6.6) 228(93.4)
Beauty, Accommodations, Tourism, Entertainment, and Sports 50(6.3) 741(93.7)
Fabrics and Clothing 23(5.6) 390(94.4)
Materials (Metal, Glass, Clay, Cement) 26(5.4) 455(94.6)
Research (Education, Natural/Social Sciences) 73(3.9) 1808(96.1)
  1. aKECO Korean Employment Classification of Occupation