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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of participants

From: Burnout and well-being of healthcare workers in the post-pandemic period of COVID-19: a perspective from the job demands-resources model

  Lower exposure risk group (n = 1890) Higher exposure risk group (n = 820) Medical team members in a small epidemic in Beijing (n = 700) Medical team members in the Hubei outbreak (n = 67)
Gender
 Male 459 (24.3%) 135 (16.5%) 143 (20.4%) 23 (34.3%)
 Female 1431 (75.7%) 685 (83.5%) 557 (79.6%) 44 (65.7%)
Age
  < 30 y 308 (16.3%) 200 (24.4%) 188 (26.9%) 8 (11.9%)
 30–40 y 869 (46.0%) 444 (54.1%) 402 (57.4%) 39 (58.2)
 41–50 y 500 (26.5%) 158 (19.3%) 103 (14.7%) 17 (25.4%)
  > 50 y 213 (11.2%) 18 (2.2%) 7 (1%) 3 (4.5%)
M 38.33 34.75 33.92 37.52
SD 8.70 7.36 6.27 7.68
Professions
 Doctors 480 (25.4%) 252 (31.1%) 80 (11.4%) 17 (25.4%)
 Nurses 676 (35.8%) 503 (62.1%) 567 (81%) 48 (71.6%)
 Medical technicians 483 (25.7%) 51 (6.3%) 45 (6.4%) 1 (1.5%)
 Administrative staff 251 (13.3%) 4 (0.5%) 8 (1.1%) 1 (1.5%)
Length of working experience
  < 5 y 239 (12.9%) 148 (18.2%) 81 (11.6%) 3 (4.5%)
 5–10 y 440 (23.8%) 248 (30.5%) 270 (38.8%) 18 (26.9%)
 11–20 y 603 (32.7%) 286 (35.1%) 264 (37.9%) 31 (46.3%)
 21–30 y 386 (20.9%) 108 (13.3%) 77 (11.1%) 12 (17.9%)
  > 30 y 178 (9.6%) 24 (2.9%) 4 (0.6%) 3 (4.5%)
M 15.86 12.26 11.92 15.37
SD 9.93 7.95 6.70 8.24
Marriage
 Unmarried 276 (14.6%) 242 (29.5%) 241 (34.0%) 15 (22.4%)
 Married 1545 (81.7%) 551 (67.2%) 439 (61.9%) 50 (74.6%)
 Divorced 66 (3.5%) 26 (3.2%) 27 (3.8%) 2 (3.0%)
 Other 3 (0.2%) 1 (0.1%) 2 (0.3%) 0 (0%)
Annual income (CNY)
  < 200 k 1223 (64.7%) 561 (68.4%) 449 (64.1%) 41 (61.2%)
 200–300 k 602 (31.9%) 244 (29.8%) 241 (34.4%) 22 (32.8%)
 300–500 k 57 (3%) 13 (1.6%) 9 (1.3%) 3 (4.5%)
 >500 k 8 (0.4%) 2 (0.2%) 1 (0.1%) 1 (1.5%)
  1. Note. Average annual income of employed persons in urban area of China in 2019 = 90.5 k CNY. (http://data.stats.gov.cn)