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Table 1 Characteristics of the study participants

From: Towards a brief definition of burnout syndrome by subtypes: Development of the "Burnout Clinical Subtypes Questionnaire" (BCSQ-12)

variables total sample
nT = 826
sub-sample 1
n1 = 413
sub-sample 2
n2 = 413
p
Age     0.242
   Md (SD) 40.26 (9.52) 40.64 (9.59) 39.87 (9,46)  
Sex     0.362
   male 366 (44.31) 176 (42.62) 190 (46.00)  
Stable Relationship     0.999
   yes 647 (78.33) 324 (78.45) 323 (78.21)  
Education     0.667
   secondary 119 (14.41) 64 (15.50) 55 (13.32)  
   university 423 (51.21) 208 (50.36) 215 (52.06)  
   doctorate 284 (34.38) 141 (34.14) 143 (34.62)  
Occupation     0.988
   TRS 372 (45.04) 185 (44.79) 187 (45.28)  
   ASP 351 (42.49) 176 (42.62) 175 (42.37)  
   TRA 103 (12.47) 52 (12.59) 51 (12.35)  
Length of service     0.210
   < 4 years 184 (22.28) 85 (20.58) 99 (23.97)  
   4-16 years 353 (42.74) 172 (41.65) 181 (43.83)  
   > 16 years 289 (34.99) 156 (37.77) 133 (32.20)  
Contract duration     0.775
   permanent 503 (60.90) 254 (61.50) 249 (60.29)  
Contract type     0.718
   full-time 750 (90.80) 377 (91.28) 373 (90.31)  
Sick leave     0.201
   yes 256 (30.99) 119 (28.81) 137 (33.17)  
  1. The figures represent frequencies, percentages (in brackets) and the p value associated with an χ2 contrast between sub-sample 1 and sub-sample 2 except for the age variable where the figures represent means, standard deviations and the p value associated with a t contrast.