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Table 3 Working conditions among different occupational status groups

From: Occupational status, working conditions, and health: evidence from the 2012 China Labor Force Dynamics Survey

ISEI Overtime work (h/month) Manual job demand Cognitive job demand Job control Exposure to occupational hazards (%) Having medical insurance (%) Perceived job rewards Sample size
Low (< 40) 13.6 0.3 -0.3 -0.1 56.4 30.5 -0.2 1975
Medium (40–64) 10.5 0. 2 0. 2 0. 1 28.6 58.5 0.1 1361
High (≥ 65) 9.0 − 0.6 0.7 0. 2 41.4 81.3 0.3 604
Total 11.8 0. 0 0.0 0. 0 44.5 47.9 0.0 3940
Test result (df = 2) 9.0 283. 6 342. 3 30.2 333.7 571.1 57.7
  1. F tests for overtime work hours, job demand, job control, and job rewards; χ2 tests for exposure to occupational hazards and having occupational medical insurance
  2. p < 0.001