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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics of participants. Values are means (standard deviations) or absolute frequencies (percentages)

From: Reasons for encounters and psychiatric comorbidity in an urban Bavarian primary care out-of-hour service - results of a cross sectional study

  Women (n = 274) Men (n = 226) Total (n = 500) p-value
Age 37.3 (14.9) 40.5 (14.4) 38.8 (14.8) 0.001
≥ 10 years education 222 179 401 (83.9%) 0.199
Employment     0.001
- fulltime 128 163 291 (61.0%)  
- part time 51 17 68 (14.3%)  
- homemaker 13 2 15 (3.1%)  
- pensioner 24 22 46 (9.6%)  
- unemployed 6 3 9 (1.9%)  
Marital status     0.344
- married 170 157 327 (68.0%)  
- single 84 58 142 (29.5%)  
- widowed 7 5 12 (2.5%)  
  1. P-values from Student’s t-Test, Fisher’s exact test or Chi2-test
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