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Table 2 Occupational characteristics of men and women that experienced an occupational injury

From: Satisfaction with life and the risk of occupational injury

  Male Female
N Cases of the occupational injury p-valuea N Cases of the occupational injury p-valuea
n % n %
Industry
 Manufacturing 1374 119 8.7 0.001 526 23 4.4 0.641
 Wholesale and retail trade 992 73 7.4   309 10 3.2
 Membership organizations, repair and other personal services 882 25 2.8   28 0 0.0
 Transportation 671 56 8.3   26 0 0.0
 Human health and social work activities 139 2 1.4   594 18 3.0
 Information and communications 138 0 0.0   26 0 0.0
 Electricity, gas, steam and water supply 79 3 3.8   2 0 0.0
 Education 53 0 0.0   19 2 10.5
 Public administration and defense 42 3 7.1   2 0 0.0
 Business facilities management and business support services 27 3 11.1   3 0 0.0
 Sewerage, waste management, materials recovery and remediation activities 22 0 0.0   30 1 3.3
 Professional, scientific and technical activities 22 1 4.5   1 0 0.0
 Others 169 12 7.1   58 3 5.2
Employment status
 Regular 4135 259 6.3 0.144 1284 46 3.6 0.757
 Temporary 475 38 8.0   340 11 3.2
Shift work
 No 2942 186 6.3 0.659 793 33 4.2 0.163
 Yes 1668 111 6.7   831 24 2.9
Job tenure (years)
 <  1 374 28 7.5 0.178 442 11 2.5 0.060
  1–4 576 42 7.3   340 8 2.4
  5–9 987 73 7.4   398 14 3.5
 ≥ 10 2673 154 5.8   444 24 5.4
Hours/week worked
 ≤ 40 1837 86 4.7 < 0.001 732 29 4.0 0.003
  41–59 1959 126 6.4   795 19 2.4
 ≥ 60 814 85 10.4   97 9 9.3
  1. aObtained by a Chi-squared test or Fisher’s exact test