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Table 1 General characteristics of the study population

From: Comparing burnout and work-life balance among specialists in internal medicine: the role of inpatient vs. outpatient workplace

  Total
(N = 183)
Hospital
(N = 139)
Practice
(N = 44)
Age (Mean)*** 40.6 (10.8) 36.8 (8.9) 52.5 (7.1)
Gender (female) n.s. 94 (51.4%) 70 (50.4%) 24 (54.5%)
Marital Status***
 Married 93 (50.8%) 60 (43.2%) 33 (75.0%)
 In a relationship 62 (33.9%) 59 (42.4%) 3 (6.8%)
 Single 28 (15.3%) 20 (14.4%) 8 (18.2%)
Children in the household („yes“)* 82 (44.8%) 56 (40.3%) 26 (59.1%)
  1. Note: *p ≤ 0.05; +**p ≤ 0.01; ***p ≤ 0.001; n.s. = not significant (referring to differences between “Hospital” and “Practice”). Continuous variables are given as mean (standard deviation), and p-values refer to independent t-tests; categorical variables are displayed as numbers (percentages), and p-values refer to Chi 2 –tests
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