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Table 1 Socio-demographic, connectedness in networks and job burnout level of PHC workers in rural China

From: Could the connectedness of primary health care workers involved in social networks affect their job burnout? A cross-sectional study in six counties, Central China

Characteristics Frequency Percentage%
Types of work Doctors 131 19.8
Nurses 105 15.8
Public health workers 102 15,4
Village doctors 325 49.0
Gender Male 368 55.5
Female 295 44.5
Age ≤35 182 27.5
36–45 252 38.0
46–55 157 23.7
≥56 72 10.9
Educational Background Undergraduate Degree and Above 124 18.7
College Degree 322 48.6
High School and Below 217 32.7
Work Experiences (years) ≤10 232 35.0
11–20 193 29.1
≥21 238 35.9
Monthly Income ≤2000 219 33.0
2001–4000 357 53.8
≥4001 87 13.1
Daily Work Hours ≤7 h 55 8.3
8-10 h 399 60.2
≥11 h 209 31.5
Connectedness in Advisory Networks Low 74 11.2
Middle 467 70.4
High 122 18.4
Connectedness in Friendship Networks Low 109 16.4
Middle 466 70.3
High 88 13.3
Emotional Exhaustion Low 406 61.2
Middle 97 14.6
High 160 24.1
Depersonalization Low 510 76.9
Middle 49 7.4
High 104 15.7
Lack of Personal Accomplishment Low 328 49.5
Middle 105 15.8
High 230 34.7