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Table 2 Study sample

From: Valuation of the EQ-5D-5L with composite time trade-off for the German population – an exploratory study

  Control arm
(n = 100)
Test arm
(n = 100)
Total
(n = 200)
Sig.
Age, n (%) Mean (SD) 38.32 (16.34) 37.46 (15.41) 37.89 (15.88) *
18–24 13 (13%) 18 (18%) 31 (15.5%)
25–29 33 (33%) 34 (34%) 67 (33.5%)
30–39 18 (18%) 13 (13%) 31 (15.5%)
40–49 10 (10%) 7 (7%) 17 (8.5%)
50–64 17 (17%) 25 (25%) 42 (21%)
65–74 6 (6%) 1 (1%) 7 (3.5%)
> = 75 3 (3%) 2 (2%) 5 (2.5%)
Gender, n (%) Female 48 (48%) 68 (68%) 116 (58%) *
Male 52 (52%) 32 (32%) 84 (42%)
Education, n (%) Lower educationa 6 (6%) 7 (7%) 13 (6.5%) ns.
Middle educationb 11 (11%) 10 (10%) 21 (10.5%)
Higher educationc 83 (83%) 83 (83%) 166 (83%)
Employment status, n (%) Employed 53 (53%) 52 (52%) 105 (52.5%) ns.
Non-employed 47 (47%) 48 (48%) 95 (47.5%)
  1. alower education: with or without secondary general school certificate, bmiddle education: intermediate school certificate, chigher education: entrance qualification for universities of applied sciences, university entrance qualification, *p < 0.05