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Table 4 Relation of burnout subscales and workplace stress to the sociodemographic data of the studied oncologists

From: Burnout and work stress among medical oncologists: Egyptian multi-centric study

Sociodemographic characteristics Overall burnout **positive n = 32 n (%) Odds ratio Workplace stress n = 60 n (%) Odds ratio
Age
 ≤ 40 years (60) 27 (84.4 ) 5.73 (1.97, 16.63 45 (75.0 ) 5.00 (2.10, 11.90
 > 40 years (40) 5 (15.6)   15 (25.0)  
P value 0.001*   < 0.001*  
Gender
 Male (40) 8 (25.0)   20 (33.3)  
 Female (60) 24 (75.0) 2.67 (1.05, 6.77) 40 (66.7) 2.00 (0.88, 4.54)
P value 0.035*   0.095  
Marital status
 Single and divorced (40) 25 (78.1) 12.62 (4.57, 34.83) 35 (58.3 ) 9.80 (3.37, 2.90)
 Married (60) 7 (21.9)   25 (41.7 )  
P value < 0.001*   < 0.001*  
Number of children
 0 children (35) 24 (75.0) 15.55 (5.56, 43.46) 32 (53.3 ) 14.10 (3.91, 50.76)
 1 ≥ child (65) 8 (25.0)   28 (46.7)  
P value < 0.001*   < 0.001*  
Income
 Satisfactory (70) 25 (78.1) 1.83 (0.69, 4.85) 45 (75.0) 1.80 (0.76, 4.28)
 Not satisfactory (30) 7 (21.9)   15 (25.0)  
P value 0.22   0.18  
  1. *Significant at P ≤ 0.05 level
  2. **Burnout defined as high emotional exhaustion or depersonalization or low professional accomplishment