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Table 3 Correlations between depersonalization level, and demographic, connectedness in networks of PHC workers

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 Low Middle High χ2 P
N(%)
Types of work Doctors 94 (71.8) 11 (8.4) 26 (19.8) 5.505 0.481
Nurses 81 (77.1) 7 (6.7) 17 (16.2)   
Public health workers 86 (84.3) 6 (5.9) 10 (9.8)   
Village doctors 249 (76.6) 25 (7.7) 51 (15.7)   
Gender Male 285 (77.4) 22 (6.0) 61 (16.6) 2.679 0.262
Female 225 (76.3) 27 (9.2) 43 (14.6)   
Age ≤35 128 (70.3) 16 (8.8) 38 (20.9) 6.769 0.343
36–45 198 (78.6) 17 (6.7) 37 (14.7)   
46–55 126 (80.3) 11 (7.0) 20 (12.7)   
≥56 58 (80.6) 5 (6.9) 9 (12.5)   
Educational Background Undergraduate Degree and Above 84 (67.7) 8 (6.5) 32 (25.8) 14.193 0.007
College Degree 252 (78.3) 29 (9.0) 41 (12.7)   
High School and Below 174 (80.2) 12 (5.5) 31 (14.3)   
Work Experiences (Years) ≤10 157 (67.7) 22 (9.5) 53 (22.8) 17.974 0.001
11–20 158 (81.9) 11 (5.7) 24 (12.4)   
≥21 195 (81.9) 16 (6.7) 27 (11.3)   
Monthly Income ≤2000 173 (79.0) 14 (6.4) 32 (14.6) 1.995 0.737
2001–4000 274 (76.8) 26 (7.3) 57 (16.0)   
≥4001 63 (72.4) 9 (10.3) 15 (17.2)   
Daily Work Hours ≤7 h 45 (81.8) 5 (9.1) 5 (9.1) 3.487 0.480
8-10 h 311 (77.9) 27 (6.8) 61 (15.3)   
≥11 h 154 (73.7) 17 (8.1) 38 (18.2)   
Connectedness in Advisory Networks Low 53 (71.6) 1 (1.4) 20 (27.0) 18.020 0.001
Middle 352 (75.4) 43(9.2) 72 (15.4)   
High 105 (86.1) 5 (4.1) 12 (9.8)   
Connectedness in Friendship Networks Low 77 (70.6) 5 (4.6) 27 (24.8) 9.955 0.041
Middle 361 (77.5) 39 (8.4) 66 (14.2)   
High 72 (81.8) 5 (5.7) 11 (12.5)