International Journal of Hypertension / 2015 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Associations of Short Sleep and Shift Work Status with Hypertension among Black and White Americans

Table 2

Distribution of work schedules among white and black NHIS participants.

Work schedules of white and black participants in the 2010 NHIS data
VariableWhites (SE)95% (CI) lower95% (CI) upperBlacks (SE)95% (CI) lower95% (CI) upper

Regular daytime shift (%)72.1 (0.5)71.073.265.7 (1.2)63.367.9
Regular evening shift (%)4.9 (0.2)4.55.58.0 (0.7)6.79.6
Regular night shift (%)3.2 (0.2)2.93.65.9 (0.6)4.87.1
Rotating shift (%)9.5 (0.3)8.810.213.2 (0.8)11.714.8

SE: standard error, CI: confidence interval.

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