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Table 3 Logistic regression model with return to work as the dependent variable1

From: Sociodemographic and disease-related determinants of return to work among women with breast cancer: a German longitudinal cohort study

Variables Response trait OR2 95%-CI3
Sociodemographic variables
Highest education level achieved No/Lower secondary school education 1.91 0.85–4.29
Intermediate secondary school education/Entrance certificate for a university of applied sciences 3.10 1.19–8.07
University entrance certificate 1.00  
Age 18–44 1.00  
45–49 1.46 0.63–3.38
50–54 1.57 0.64–3.83
55–59 3.21 1.22–8.42
≥60 1.67 0.63–4.43
Family status Married 1.00  
Single 1.04 0.36–3.01
Divorced/Widowed 0.94 0.47–1.88
Children No 1.00  
Yes 2.77 1.24–6.19
Native language German 1.00  
Other 1.28 0.38–4.28
Health insurance status Statutory 0.63 0.23–1.78
Private 1.00  
Statutory with additional private insurance 0.42 0.13–1.37
Disease-related variables
Rehabilitation No 1.00  
Yes 0.49 0.27–0.92
Individual health status Bad/Less good 1.00  
Good 2.73 1.36–5.47
Very good/Excellent 11.57 4.2–31.84
Comorbidities Metric (0–5) 0.90 0.59–1.36
ASA classification Metric (1–4) 1.12 0.67–1.90
UICC stage Stage 0/I 1.00  
Stage II 0.45 0.25–0.82
Stage III/IV 0.19 0.08–0.46
  1. Note: 1significant results in bold (p < 0.05); 2standardized odds ratio (OR); 395% confidence intervals (95%-CI)