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Table. 1.

Table. 1.

Sociodemographic characteristics and job-related characteristics (N=97)

Variables Categories n (%) or M±SD
Gender Men 4 (4.1)
Women 93 (95.9)
Age (year) 28.98±4.38
≤25 29 (29.9)
26∼30 34 (35.1)
31∼35 23 (23.7)
36∼40 11 (11.3)
Education level Bachelor’s degree 88 (90.7)
Master’s degree 9 (9.3)
Marital status Single 72 (74.2)
Married 25 (25.8)
Work unit Medical ward 21 (21.6)
Surgical ward 19 (19.6)
Medical ICU 15 (15.5)
Surgical ICU 20 (20.6)
Others 22 (22.7)
Clinical career (year) 5.79±4.36
<3 31 (32.0)
3 to less than 5 21 (21.6)
5 to less than 10 27 (27.8)
≥10 18 (18.6)
Type of shift work 8 hour shifts (3 shifts) 84 (86.6)
12 hour shifts (2 shifts) 12 (12.4)
Night shift fixed 1 (1.0)
Quantitative demands at work Low 5 (5.2)
Average 67 (69.1)
High 24 (24.7)
Average hours of sleep per day 6.84±1.48
<6 14 (14.4)
6 to less than 9 73 (75.3)
≥9 10 (10.3)
Average number of night shifts per month 6.53±1.46
≤5 10 (10.3)
6∼7 62 (63.9)
≥8 25 (25.8)
Average number of days off per month 9.95±1.88
<9 11 (11.5)
9∼10 70 (72.9)
11∼12 5 (5.2)
≥13 10 (10.4)
Time required to commute (min) 46.03±31.22
<30 20 (20.6)
30 to less than 60 42 (43.3)
60 to less than 90 26 (26.8)
≥90 9 (9.3)

ICU: Intensive care unit, M±SD: Mean±standard deviation.

Stress 2021;29:262-70 https://doi.org/10.17547/kjsr.2021.29.4.262
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