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Table 1 Demographic and job-specific characteristics of 437 respondents

From: Emotional exhaustion and burnout among medical professors; a nationwide survey

  N = 437
Gender Male 345 (79%)
Female 92 (21%)
Age 26-35 1 (0,2%)
36-45 35 (8%)
46-55 206 (47%)
56-65 190 (44%)
65 and older 5 (1%)
Marital status Married or cohabiting 401 (92%)
Single 36 (8%)
Home living children None 217 (50%)
1 56 (13%)
2 96 (22%)
3 or more 68 (15%)
Years since appointment 0-5 150 (34%)
6-10 129 (30%)
11-15 86 (20%)
16 or more 72 (16%)
Nr. 1 Work priority Research 255 (59%)
Education 40 (9%)
Patient care 63 (14%)
Management 79 (18%)
Appointment Temporary 144 (33%)
Permanent 293 (67%)
Raw scores of burn out dimensions Emotional Exhaustion 11,9 (SD 8,9)
Total Score (0-48)
Depersonalisation 4,4 (SD 4.4)
Total score (0-30)
Personal accomplishment 30,9 (SD 5,9)
Total score (0-42)
Raw scores of engagement dimensions Vitality Total Score (0-36) 28.1 (SD 5.0)
Dedication Total Score (0-36) 24.9 (SD 4.2)
Absorption Total Score (0-36) 26.4 (SD 5,4)
Specialty Preclinical 81% (354)
Clinical 16% (70)
  Anonymous 3% 913)