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Table 2 Job stress levels of study subjects (n = 901)

From: Relationship between job stress and functional dyspepsia in display manufacturing sector workers: a cross-sectional study

  Male (n = 561) Female (n = 340)
Mean ± SD Median Referencea Subjects of high risk (%) Mean ± SD Median Referencea Subjects of high risk (%)
Physical environment 46.96 ± 13.65 41.80 66.70 54 (9.6%) 45.25 ± 13.69 41.80 55.60 84 (24.7%)
Job demand 42.73 ± 12.27* 40.30 58.40 75 (13.4%) 47.43 ± 13.60* 45.20 62.60 39 (11.5%)
Insufficient job control 71.33 ± 10.29* 70.00 60.10 464 (82.7%) 80.23 ± 9.02* 80.30 66.70 312 (91.8%)
Interpersonal conflict 54.76 ± 15.40 50.00 50.10 280 (49.9%) 55.87 ± 15.92 56.10 41.70 278 (81.8%)
Job insecurity 62.51 ± 10.90* 62.40 61.20 332 (59.2%) 59.68 ± 10.90* 58.35 55.60 213 (62.6%)
Organizational system 66.87 ± 15.30* 67.90 62.00 347 (61.9%) 71.14 ± 13.10* 71.50 62.00 248 (72.9%)
Lack of reward 59.05 ± 14.37* 58.20 77.80 65 (11.6%) 67.18 ± 12.79* 66.40 77.80 82 (24.1%)
Occupational climate 39.20 ± 14.95 37.30 50.10 91 (16.2%) 39.38 ± 13.41 37.30 50.10 63 (18.5%)
Total job stress score 55.43 ± 9.04* 54.95 56.60 239 (42.6%) 58.27 ± 7.65* 57.98 56.70 202 (59.4%)
  1. SD standard deviation
  2. *Statistical significant difference by t-test (p < 0.05)
  3. aKOSS reference value (75 percentile)