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Research Article

Consequences of Job Insecurity on the Psychological and Physical Health of Greek Civil Servants

Table 1

Sample characteristics.

University office workers in labor mobilityUniversity office workers not at riskHospital office workers not at risk

Gender
 Male12 (33%)13 (36%)9 (32%)NS
 Female24 (67%)23 (64%)19 (68%)
Age43.7 ± 7.541.6 ± 7.441.5 ± 7.9NS
Marital status
 Not married/not in relationship8 (22%)9 (25%)6 (21%)NS
 Married/in relationship28 (78%)27 (75%)22 (79%)
Education
 Secondary23 (64%)9 (25%)9 (32%)0.001
 Postsecondary11 (31%)15 (42%)7 (25%)
 tertiary2 (5%)12 (33%)12 (43%)
Employment contract
 Fixed term02 (6%)1 (4%)0.03
 Not fixed term36 (100%)27 (75%)24 (85%)
 Permanent07 (19%)3 (11%)

test (with Monte Carlo method when needed).
ANOVA.
Mean ± SD.
NS: nonsignificant.

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