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Table 1 Population-attributable risk of inequality by age, education level, and occupational categories

From: Health inequity in workers of Latin America and the Caribbean

  Women Men
Age groups Education Level Occupational categories Age groups Education Level Occupational categories
Country Population attributable risk Population attributable risk(%) Population attributable risk Population attributable risk(%) Population attributable risk Population attributable risk(%) Population attributable risk Population attributable risk(%) Population attributable risk Population attributable risk(%) Population attributable risk Population attributable risk(%)
Argentina 10.4 58.2 8.6 47.8 8.5 60.5 7.6 53.6
Brazil 10.7 42.4 12.4 49.1 10.8 42.7 10.7 48.0 11.8 53.1 9.6 43.1
Chile 21.9 81.5 7.3 27.6 6.6 25.0 7.5 52.0 8.4 58.2 6.3 43.6
Colombia 7.8 43.0 7.9 43.6 7.6 41.6 7.9 58.5 7.7 57.0 7.2 53.3
Costa Rica 16.7 60.0 7.3 26.3 14.1 50.9 9.3 36.3 15.9 62.1 12.0 46.8
Ecuador 12.5 31.9 13.0 33.3 13.4 34.1 10.8 32.2 13.4 39.7 13.1 39.0
El Salvador 20.1 63.8 7.4 23.6 4.6 14.6 15.3 57.0 16.8 62.6 15.7 58.5
Guatemala 4.1 20.9 7.6 38.9 6.2 31.8 5.7 23.6 17.0 70.2 18.3 75.3
Honduras 7.8 18.1 22.8 52.9 6.0 13.8 25.0 57.1 17.0 38.7 20.2 46.0
Mexico 13.3 55.3 14.1 58.9 17.3 72.2 4.5 19.4 12.0 52.3 4.8 20.8
Nicaragua 12.5 26.0 15.0 31.2 10.0 20.9 15.8 36.5 11.7 26.9 13.4 30.8
Panama 16.3 54.3 4.5 14.8 5.4 17.9 11.2 48.7 6.6 28.9 6.3 27.3
Peru 14.4 33.0 11.6 26.5 2.2 5.1 14.0 40.4 8.6 24.8 9.8 28.5
Puerto Rico 18.1 73.7 2.7 10.9 10.4 57.5 5.5 30.6
Uruguay 10.4 68.2 5.9 38.8 5.5 36.4 1.8 19.8 2.3 24.7 3.4 36.5
  1. Population-attributable risk = Conutry prevalence of SPH minus healthiest-group prevalence of SPH
  2. Population-attributable risk(%) = Population attributable risk divided by the population mean × 100