Table 3: Statistical significance of ordinal logistic regression results analyzing relationships between typical job physical exposure measures in the right hand and psychosocial factors after adjustment for age, gender, and body mass index.

ExposureGeneral healthDown, blue, or depressedPhysically exhausted Mentally exhausted Job satisfactionSupervisor support Get along with your coworkersRecommend job Take this job againEmployer cares

Age<0.001∗∗<0.001∗∗<0.001∗∗0.007∗∗0.004∗∗0.033<0.001∗∗0.2270.5950.027
BMI<0.001∗∗<0.001∗∗<0.001∗∗0.008∗∗0.004∗∗0.033<0.001∗∗0.2230.5940.029
Gender<0.001∗∗<0.001∗∗<0.001∗∗0.007∗∗<0.004∗∗0.034<0.001∗∗0.2320.005∗∗0.026
Total duration0.006∗∗0.1210.459<0.031∗∗<0.001∗∗0.0280.067<0.001∗∗<0.005∗∗0.178
Forceful duration0.006∗∗0.0910.178<0.001∗∗<0.001∗∗0.0280.017<0.001∗∗<0.001∗∗0.089
Total repetition0.1470.001∗∗0.7140.172<0.001∗∗0.4560.4680.0960.001∗∗0.295
Forceful repetition0.1760.001∗∗0.1980.008∗∗<0.001∗∗0.3830.5180.003∗∗<0.001∗∗0.096
HAL0.0650.001∗∗0.7390.020<0.001∗∗0.0310.1010.010<0.001∗∗0.099
Overall force0.5890.8290.003∗∗0.0190.006∗∗0.787<0.001∗∗<0.001∗∗0.002∗∗0.002∗∗
Peak force0.0750.868<0.001∗∗0.013<0.001∗∗0.0730.005∗∗<0.001∗∗<0.001∗∗<0.001∗∗
Strain index0.6810.1660.4020.002∗∗0.002∗∗0.2280.6170.001∗∗0.0120.769
TLV for HAL0.4390.2130.006∗∗0.118<0.001∗∗0.2920.031<0.001∗∗0.041<0.001∗∗

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