SD (n=39) No. (%*) NSD (n=78) No. (%*) Total (n=117) No. (%*) p £ (NSD vs. SD)
Age, Mean (Stdv.) 29.6 (3.5) 31.4 (5.0) 30.8 (4.6) 0.03
Male 36 (92.3) 70 (89.7) 106 (90.6) 0.9
Education: high school or above 34 (87.2) 71 (91.0) 105 (89.7) 0.5
Employment: full-time 12 (30.8) 39 (50.0) 51 (43.6) 0.05
Last month’s income above median 15 (38.5) 42 (54.5) 57 (49.1) 0.1
Married 17 (43.6) 36 (46.2) 53 (45.3) 0.8
Sites: Jakarta 14 (35.9) 34 (43.3) 48 (41.0)  
Bali 25 (64.1) 44 (56.4) 69 (59) 0.4
* Percentages over the column total n. £ P-values were obtained from either t-tests (for continuous variables) or chi-square tests (for categorical variables), and were bolded and italicized when significant.
Table 1: Comparison of the socio-demographic characteristics of study participants exhibiting symptoms of depression (SD) versus nonsymptomatic for depression (NSD).
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