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Table 4 Logistic regression for professional training and pain factors associated with the employment status (n = 1.034); p < 0.05 are marked bold

From: Promoting factors and barriers to participation in working life for people with spinal cord injury

   (Chi-square(10) = 225.55, p < 0.001, n = 1,034)
Nagelkerkes R2 = 0.27
OR (95%-CI) p-values
Professional qualification In current education vs no professional qualification 13.517 (4.438 – 41.166)  < 0,001
Vocational and operational training vs. no professional qualification 2.991 (1.380 – 6.481) 0.005
Vocational school education vs. no professional qualification 5.474 (2.338 – 12.815)  < 0,001
Technical college, master craftsman school, vocational or technical academy vs. no professional qualification 4.314 (1.900 – 9.807)  < 0,001
Bachelor degree vs. no professional qualification 7.692 (2.667 – 22.184)  < 0,001
Diploma, Master's, Magister or State Examination completed at (technical) college or university vs. no professional qualification 12.116 (5.299 – 27.702)  < 0,001
PhD, habilitation vs. no professional qualification 26.421 (5.755 – 121.295)  < 0,001
Pain Medium vs. low pain 0.477 (0.340 – 0.669)  < 0,001
Strong vs. low pain 0.436 (0.310 – 0.613)  < 0,001
Participation in vocational reintegration yes vs. no 4.434 (3.311 – 5.939)  < 0,001