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Table 3 Comparison of burnout levels with students’ demographics

From: Assessment of burnout in medical undergraduate students in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

  Emotional Exhaustion Depersonalization Personal Accomplishment
  ≤ 17 18–29 ≥ 30 ≤ 5 6–11 ≥12 ≤ 33 34–39 ≥40
(Low) (Moderate) (High) (Low) (Moderate) (High) (High) (Moderate) (Low)
Age 16–18 6 (4.3%) 3 (3.3%) 5 (10.4%) 1 (1.8%) 3 (4.7%) 10 (6.4%) 9 (5.0%) 5 (8.9%) 0
18–21 91 (65.9%) 68 (75.6%) 31 (64.6%) 39 (70.9%) 42 (65.6%) 109 (69.4%) 126 (70.4%) 38 (67.9%) 26 (63.4%)
> 21 41 (29.7%) 19 (21.1%) 12 (25.0%) 15 (27.3%) 19 (29.7%) 38 (24.2%) 44 (24.6%) 13 (23.2%) 15 (36.6%)
Gender Male 91 (65.9%) 44 (48.9%) 14 (29.2%) 35 (63.6%) 41 (64.1%) 73 (46.5%) 88 (49.2%) 34 (60.7%) 27 (65.9%)
Female 47 (34.1%) 46 (51.1%) 34 (70.8%) 20 (36.4%) 23 (35.9%) 84 (53.5%) 91 (50.8%) 22 (39.3%) 14 (34.1%)
School year First 35 (25.4%) 30 (33.3%) 22 (45.8%) 16 (29.1%) 17 (26.6%) 54 (34.4%) 51 (28.5%) 22 (39.3%) 14 (34.1%)
Second 38 (27.5%) 28 (31.1%) 11 (22.9%) 16 (29.1%) 18 (28.1%) 43 (27.4%) 59 (33.0%) 10 (17.9%) 8 (19.5%)
Third 30 (21.7%) 23 (25.6%) 13 (27.1%) 6 (10.9%) 16 (25.0%) 44 (28.0%) 51 (28.5%) 10 (17.9%) 5 (12.2%)
Fourth 21 (15.2%) 7 (7.8%) 0 12 (21.8%) 8 (12.5%) 8 (5.1%) 9 (5.0%) 11 (19.6%) 8 (19.5%)
Fifth 14 (10.1%) 2 (2.2%) 2 (4.2%) 5 (9.1%) 5 (7.8%) 8 (5.1%) 9 (5.0%) 3 (5.4%) 6 (14.6%)