Characteristics Of Male Female Total P Value

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Results: Table 1: Socio demographic information Characteristics Male Female Total P value n= 46 n= 186 N= 232 Age (Mean ± SD) 32.04 ± 7.3 31.17 ± 6.9 31.30 ± 7.0 20-24 years 3 (6.5) 21 (11.3) 24 (10.3) .874 25-29 years 18 (39.1) 71 (38.2) 89 (38.4) 30-34 years 10 (21.7) 33 (17.7) 43 (18.5) 35-39 years 8 (17.4) 35 (18.8) 43 (18.5) 40 years and above 7 (15.2) 26 (14.0) 33 (14.2) Religion Islam 42 (91.3) 182 (97.8) 224 (96.6) .029 Hindu 4 (8.7) 4 (2.2) 8 (3.4) Education No formal education 7 (15.2) 60 (32.3) 67 (28.9) .050 Up to primary level (1-5) 21 (45.7) 81 (43.5) 102 (44.0) Up to secondary level (6-10) 18 (39.1) 43 (23.1) 61 (26.3) Above secondary level 0 (0.0) 2 (1.1) 2 (0.9) Marital status…show more content…
“Marital status” associated with DOM2, DOM3 and DOM4. “Age” was associated with two domains (DOM1 and DOM4) of WHOQOL. “Total job duration” associated with DOM3. Variables that were considered for regression: Age, Education, Marital status, Total job duration/experience, Total monthly personal income, BMI. Discussion: Most of the respondents (n= 128; 53.9%) rated their overall quality of life as very good and good. 40.1% (n=93) reported ‘Neither poor nor good’ overall HRQOL. Whereas, a small percentage had ‘Poor’ (n=8, 3.4%) and ‘Very poor’ (n=6, 2.6%) HRQOL. Major respondents 75.4% (n=175) were satisfied with their health. This finding is consistent
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