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Table 1 Demographic characteristics

From: Analysis of factors affecting medical personnel seeking employment at primary health care institutions: developing human resources for primary health care

Variables 2018 2019 2020
Gender
 Male 300 (26.86) 273 (24.57) 304 (26.71)
 Female 817 (73.14) 838 (75.43) 834 (73.29)
Age
  ≤ 30 334 (29.90) 323 (29.07) 331 (29.09)
 31–40 467 (41.81) 486 (43.74) 505 (44.38)
 41–50 215 (19.25) 213 (19.17) 219 (19.24)
  ≥ 51 101 (9.04) 89 (8.01) 83 (7.29)
Marital status
 Unmarried 204 (18.26) 217 (19.60) 249 (21.88)
 Married 878 (78.60) 855 (77.24) 854 (75.04)
 Other 35 (3.13) 35 (3.16) 35 (3.08)
Education
 High school and below 46 (3.58) 39 (3.51) 37 (3.25)
 Junior college 224 (20.05) 204 (18.35) 207 (18.20)
 College 614 (54.97) 646 (58.09) 650 (57.12)
 Master’s degree and above 240 (21.40) 223 (20.05) 244 (17.57)
Professional title
 Senior 54 (4.83) 51 (4.59) 39 (3.43)
 Sub-senior 190 (17.01) 175 (15.74) 191 (16.78)
 Middle 351 (31.42) 359 (32.28) 351 (30.84)
 Junior 451 (40.38) 433 (38.94) 429 (37.70)
 None 71 (6.36) 94 (8.45) 128 (11.25)
Years of work
  ≤ 5 413 (36.97) 371 (33.39) 396 (34.80)
 6–15 417 (37.33) 456 (41.04) 462 (40.60)
 16–25 133 (11.91) 135 (12.15) 149 (13.09)
  ≥ 26 154 (13.79) 149 (13.41) 131 (11.51)
 Total 1117 (100.00) 1111 (100.00) 1138 (100.00)