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Table 2 Odds ratios (OR) and their 95% confidence intervals (95% CI) among women (n = 5652) and men (n = 1279). Physically inactive (<14 MET1 hours/week) at follow-up.

From: Changes in occupational class differences in leisure-time physical activity: a follow-up study

  Model 12 Model 23 Model 2 + marital status Model 2 + smoking Model 2 + BMI4 Model 2 + PCS5 Model 2 + MCS6 Model 2 + employment status
Women OR CI 95% OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
Professionals (n = 1524) 1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00  
Semi-professionals (n = 1138) 0.95 [0.78-1.16] 1.00 [0.81-1.23] 1.00 [0.81-1.23] 0.99 [0.81-1.22] 0.96 [0.78-1.19] 0.98 [0.80-1.21] 1.01 [0.82-1.24] 0.98 [0.80-1.21]
Routine non-manual employees (n = 2227) 1.34 [1.14-1.57] 1.39 [1.17-1.64] 1.37 [1.16-1.63] 1.34 [1.13-1.59] 1.27 [1.07-1.50] 1.34 [1.13-1.58] 1.41 [1.19-1.67] 1.35 [1.14-1.59]
Manual workers (n = 763) 1.60 [1.31-1.97] 1.65 [1.33-2.05] 1.62 [1.31-2.02] 1.56 [1.25-1.93] 1.47 [1.18-1.83] 1.59 [1.28-1.97] 1.69 [1.36-2.10] 1.58 [1.27-1.96]
Men OR CI 95% OR CI 95% OR CI 95% OR CI 95% OR CI 95% OR CI 95% OR CI 95% OR CI 95%
Professionals (n = 584) 1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00  
Semi-professionals (n = 257) 1.12 [0.78-1.60] 1.04 [0.72-1.51] 1.02 [0.70-1.48] 1.03 [0.71-1.50] 0.97 [0.67-1.42] 1.01 [0.69-1.46] 1.04 [0.72-1.52] 1.04 [0.71-1.51]
Routine non-manual employees (n = 128) 1.03 [0.64-1.67] 0.97 [0.59-1.61] 0.88 [0.53-1.46] 0.91 [0.55-1.51] 0.89 [0.53-1.47] 0.93 [0.56-1.54] 0.98 [0.59-1.61] 0.98 [0.59-1.62]
Manual workers (n = 310) 2.21 [1.62-3.02] 2.19 [1.58-3.04] 2.04 [1.47-2.85] 2.12 [1.52-2.94] 2.04 [1.47-2.84] 2.11 [1.52-2.94] 2.21 [1.59-3.07] 2.22 [1.59-3.08]
  1. 1MET = an activity metabolic equivalent task
  2. 2Model 1 = adjusted for age
  3. 3Model 2 = adjusted for age and baseline physical activity
  4. 4BMI = body mass index
  5. 5PCS = SF-36 physical component summary
  6. 6MCS = SF-36 mental component summary