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Table 1 Participants’ sociodemographic characteristics and burnout scores

From: Occupational burnout and lifestyle in Kazakhstan cardiologists

  All
N (%)
Men
N (%)
Women
N (%)
N (%) 259 (100) 47 (18) 212 (82)
Age, years 34 (14) 31.5 (8.3) 35 (12)
Work duration, years 10 (13.3) 6.5 (11) 10 (15)
Marital status
 Single 86 (33) 15 (32) 71 (33)
 Married 147 (57) 28 (60) 119 (56)
 Divorced 26 (10) 4 (8) 22 (11)
Education
 High school 28 (11) 0 (0) 28 (13)*
 College 83 (32) 5 (11) 78 (37)*
 University 120 (46) 31 (66) 89 (42)*
 Academic degree 28 (11) 11 (23) 17 (8)*
Smoking
 Never smokers 204 (79) 19 (40) 183 (86)*
 Ex-smokers 29 (11) 11 (23) 19 (9)*
 Daily smokers 26 (10) 17 (37) 10 (5)*
Alcohol
 Never 173 (67) 21 (45) 152 (72)*
 Once a week or less 78 (30) 22 (47) 56 (26)*
 More than once a week 8 (3) 4 (8) 4 (2)*
Regular physical activity 89 (34) 30 (64) 59 (28)*
FSS 27 (22) 24.9 ± 10.6 28 (23)
Burnout dimensions
 Emotional exhaustion 18 (15) 15 (15) 19 (15)
 Depersonalization 12 (9) 12 (8) 12 (9)
 Personal accomplishment 40 (15) 41 (11) 40 (14)
  1. Note: Age, work duration, FSS and three dimensions of burnout scores are presented as either means±standard deviation or median with the corresponding interquartile range (in brackets) depending on the distribution; FSS – Fatigue Severity Score; * - p < 0.05 compared to men from either χ2 or Mann-Whitney tests