Gender

Age (years)

N

Sickness absence

Unemployment

Disability pension

‘not at risk’

Education

Parent
leave

Women

18-19

17

17.6% (3)

11.8% (2)

0.0% (.)

0.0% (.)

58.8% (10)

5.9% (1)

 

20-29

268

23.9% (64)

26.9% (72)

0.0% (.)

0.0% (.)

17.2% (46)

26.9% (72)

 

30-39

661

21.0% (139)

19.4% (128)

0.3% (2)

0.0% (.)

3.8% (25)

16.3% (108)

 

40-49

869

19.3% (168)

12.0% (104)

0.7% (6)

0.1% (1)

2.5% (22)

1.5% (13)

 

50-59

826

21.5% (178)

7.3% (60)

0.5% (4)

3.3% (27)

1.1% (9)

0.0% (.)

sum:

2641

20.9% (552)

13.9% (366)

0.5% (12)

1.1% (28)

4.2% (112)

7.3% (194)

Men

18-19

12

16.7% (2)

8.3% (1)

0.0% (.)

0.0% (.)

41.7% (5)

0.0% (.)

 

20-29

231

15.2% (35)

14.3% (33)

0.4% (1)

0.4% (1)

9.5% (22)

12.1% (28)

 

30-39

623

14.0% (87)

13.2% (82)

0.0% (.)

0.5% (3)

0.8% (5)

18.6% (116)

 

40-49

735

13.5% (99)

7.9% (58)

0.1% (1)

0.3% (2)

0.8% (6)

2.7% (20)

 

50-59

708

17.5% (124)

10.9% (77)

0.6% (4)

4.5% (32)

0.7% (5)

0.1% (1)

Total Sample:

2309

15.0% (347)

10.9% (251)

0.3% (6)

1.6% (38)

1.9% (43)

7.1% (165)

Table 1: Sample by gender and age at baseline, pct. subject ever in one of the six states: sickness absence, unemployment, disability pension, ‘not at risk’, education, and parent leave.