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Table 1 Descriptive information of the participants (n = 1154)

From: Evaluation of the association between presenteeism and perceived availability of social support among hospital doctors in Zhejiang, China

Variables Types Counts Proportions [%]
Age 20–29 years 135 11.70
30–39 years 439 38.04
40–49 years 441 38.21
50–59 years 118 10.23
60 years or above 21 1.82
Gender Female 489 42.37
Male 665 57.63
Marital Status Never married 137 11.87
Married or cohabited 859 74.44
Divorced or widowed 158 13.69
Pregnancy status Non-pregnant or spouse was not pregnant 1019 88.30
Pregnancy or spouse was pregnant 135 11.70
Number of children 0 385 33.36
1 484 41.94
2 237 20.54
3 or more 48 4.16
Highest education level Junior college 17 1.47
Bachelor 322 27.90
Master 603 52.25
PhD 212 18.37
History of chronic diseases in the past year No 1051 91.07
Yes 103 8.93
People management duty No 890 77.12
Yes 264 22.88
Level of seniority None 152 13.17
Junior staff 313 27.12
Middle management 275 23.83
Sub-top management 271 23.48
Top management 143 12.39
Weekly work hours Less than 34 h 164 14.21
35–39 h 125 10.83
40 h 475 41.16
41–45 h 340 29.46
46 h or more 50 4.33
Reward system for full attendance No 388 33.62
Yes 766 66.38
Substitute availability Almost none 221 19.15
Less than half 521 45.15
More than half 334 28.94
All 78 6.76
Superior’s leadership type Authoritarian 249 21.58
Democratic 638 55.29
Laissez-faire 267 23.14
  Minimum Maximum Mean ± SD
Number of years working at the current hospital 1 50 12.14 ± 8.27
Monthly salary [RMB] 2500 16,000 7920.91 ± 2611.53