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Research Article

Common Mental Disorders among Occupational Groups: Contributions of the Latent Class Model

Table 1

Sociodemographic characteristics of the populations of the four studies.

Study: population ()%

Study 1: informal workers (1,458)
Sex
 Female72849.9
Age group
 <30 years53736.8
 30 to 45 years55337.9
 >45 years36825.2
Education level (1,438)
 Elementary1,37995.9
 Technical/tertiary 90.6
 Without qualification503.5

Study 2: teachers (4,496)
Sex (4,342)
 Female3,99492.0
Age group (4,302)
 <30 years77318.0
 30 to 45 years2,28953.2
 >45 years1,24028.8
Education level (4,398)
 Elementary71716.3
 Technical/tertiary3,60982.1
 Postgraduate721.6

Study 3: healthcare workers (2,448)
Sex (2,421)
 Female1,95180.6
Age group (2,395)
 <30 years58124.3
 30 to 45 years1,07144.7
 >45 years74331.0
Education level (2,419)
 Elementary1,03842.9
 Technical/tertiary1,00041.3
 Postgraduate38115.8

Study 4: urban workers (1,557)
Sex (1,557)
 Female85154.7
Age group (1,557)
 <30 years57637.0
 30 to 45 years58437.5
 >45 years39725.5
Education level (1,269)
 Elementary53642.3
 Technical/tertiary71055.9
 Without qualification231.8

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