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Table 4 Factors related to personal burnout

From: The prevalence of burnout among interns in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and its relation to engaging in unethical behaviors

  Personal burnout (n = 270) P value*
High n (%) Low n (%)
Age
 22–23 41 (20.5) 8 (11.4) 0.090
 24 73 (36.5) 30 (42.9) 0.346
 ≥ 25 86 (43) 32 (45.7) 0.694
Nationality
 Saudi 173 (86.5) 63 (90) 0.447
 Non-Saudi 27 (13.5) 7 (10)  
Gender
 Male 71 (35.5) 37 (52.9) 0.011
 Female 129 (64.5) 33 (47.1)  
Marital status
 Married 25 (12.5) 9 (12.9) 0.938
 Single 175 (87.5) 61 (87.1)  
Is your medical school
 Governmental university 124 (62) 44 (62.9) 0.899
 Local private university 72 (36) 21 (30) 0.363
 Abroad 4 (2) 5 (7.1) 0.053
How did you pay your tuition fee? (n = 99)
 Scholarship 50 (65.8) 19 (73.1) 0.493
 Guardian 26 (34.2) 7 (26.9)  
Work-related burnout
 High 157 (78.5) 15 (21.4) <0.001
 Low 43 (21.5) 55 (78.6)  
Patient-related burnout
 High 81 (40.5) 7 (10) <0.001
 Low 119 (59.5) 63 (90)  
  1. *P value = 0.05 is considered significant