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Research Article

Gender Inequalities in the Health of Immigrants and Workplace Discrimination in Czechia

Table 3

The association of fair/poor self-rated health with self-reported workplace loads and demographic variables: Ukrainian and Czech males and females (Adj. odds ratio (OR) and 95% CI, 4 log. models).

Adj. OR95% CIAdj. OR95% CIAdj. OR95% CIAdj. OR95% CI
Ukrainian males Ukrainian females Czech males Czech females

Age groups
 18–30 (ref.)1111
Education level
 Univ. (ref.)1111
Marital status
 Other (ref.)1111

Workplace discrimination by factors
Not exposed (ref.)1111
Exposed by 1 factor1,313,5822,9584,0501,25413,082,665,3411,295
Exposed by 2 factors1,780,8303,8164,8911,46816,297,578,3021,1081,073,5881,958
Exposed by 3 factors2,140,9045,06813,1803,48749,814,818,2662,5171,879,9993,534
Exposed by 4 factors1,277,3704,4166,5781,17536,8213,041,43921,0742,687,8908,118

Educational level was confirmed as a significant determinant of poor health (SRH) but only in the case of Czech males (OR = 2.32, 95% CI = [1.01–5.32]—the lower the education the worse the parameters of SRH (taking university education as the reference frame)).
Marital status was not significantly associated with SRH in any analysed samples.