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Table 1 Descriptive statistics of the number of insured individuals by gender (employed individuals)

From: Widening inequalities in multimorbidity? Time trends among the working population between 2005 and 2015 based on German health insurance data

  Men Women
N % N %
Year
 2005 239,079 7.7 165,299 7.6
 2006 242,482 7.8 166,758 7.6
 2007 249,280 8.0 171,261 7.8
 2008 251,817 8.1 173,394 7.9
 2009 253,742 8.1 177,021 8.1
 2010 299,847 9.6 205,467 9.4
 2011 309,946 9.9 214,543 9.8
 2012 315,238 10.1 220,668 10.1
 2013 316,387 10.2 223,123 10.2
 2014 318,707 10.2 228,181 10.5
 2015 322,003 10.3 238,129 10.9
Age group
 40–44 754,613 24.2 500,417 22.9
 45–49 800,681 25.7 571,594 26.2
 50–54 696,113 22.3 516,881 23.7
 55–59 536,537 17.2 392,695 18.0
 60–65 330,584 10.6 202,257 9.3
Educational level
 low 2,178,916 69.9 1,447,806 66.3
 high 158,979 5.1 170,262 7.8
 missing 780,633 25.0 565,776 25.9
Income
 low 104,879 3.4 428,606 19.6
 middle 536,416 17.2 840,409 38.5
 high 1,761,154 56.5 472,309 21.6
 missing 716,079 23.0 442,520 20.3
Occupational group
 unskilled 960,740 30.8 898,156 41.1
 skilled 1,464,937 47.0 502,155 23.0
 specialists 285,572 9.2 599,088 27.4
 highly qualified 109,784 3.5 85,249 3.9
 missing 297,495 9.5 99,196 4.5
Multimorbidity 81,489 2.6 67,364 3.1
total number of observations 3,118,528 58.8 2,183,844 41.2
at least 2 years of observation 2,835,451 90.9 1,973,699 90.4