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Table 1 Demographic characteristics and life habits of the participants

From: Do demographic factors and a health-promoting lifestyle influence the self-rated health of college nursing students?

Variable Year 2
(n = 169)
Year 5
(n = 145)
Total
(n = 314)
Results of association
p-value
N (%) N (%) N (%)
Gender 0.66a
 Male 35 (20.7) 33 (22.8) 68 (21.7)
 Female 134 (79.3) 112 (77.2) 246 (78.3)
Clinical practicum < 0.0001a
 No 169 (100) 0 (0) 169 (53.8)
 Yes 0 (0) 145 (100) 145 (46.2)
Religious beliefs 0.047a
 No 120 (71) 117 (80.7) 237 (75.5)
 Yes 49 (29) 28 (19.3) 77 (24.5)
Engaged in a part-time job 0.02a
 No 60 (35.5) 29 (20) 89 (28.3)
 Yes 109 (64.5) 116 (80) 225 (71.7)
No. of hours of part-time work (N = 227) 0.163a
 < 8 h 41 (36.9) 27 (23.3) 68 (30)
 8 to 16 h 47 (42.3) 58 (50) 105 (46.3)
 17 to 24 h 18 (16.2) 24 (20.7) 42 (18.5)
 > 24 h 3 (4.5) 7 (6) 10 (5.3)
Number of days eating outside
in a week
0.821a
 1 to 2 days 14 (8.3) 8 (5.5) 22 (7)
 3 to 4 days 54 (32) 48 (33.1) 102 (32.5)
 5 to 6 days 85 (50.3) 75 (51.7) 160 (51)
 7 days 16 (9.5) 14 (9.7) 30 (9.6)
Living with family 0.522b
 No 4 (2.4) 6 (4.1) 10 (3.2)
 Yes 165 (97.6) 139 (95.9) 304 (96.8)
Conflicts with family members in the past month 0.097a
 No 122 (72.2) 92 (63.4) 214 (68.2)
 Yes 47 (27.8) 53 (36.6) 100 (31.8)
  1. aPearson’s Chi-square test
  2. bFisher’s Exact test