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Table 1 Participants' sociodemographic characteristics (n = 409)

From: The development and validation of the Japanese version of job satisfaction scale: a cross-sectional study on home healthcare nurses

Variables n/(Mean) %/[SD]
Gender
 Women 393 96.1
 Men 15 3.7
 Missing 1 0.2
Age (Years)
 < 30 23 5.6
 < 40 70 17.1
  < 50 150 36.7
 < 60 133 32.5
60 32 7.8
 Missing 1 0.2
Period of working as a clinical nurse (Years)
  < 1 1 0.2
  < 5 33 8.1
  < 10 70 17.1
  < 20 134 32.8
20 169 41.3
 Missing 2 0.5
Educational background
 Vocational school 284 69.5
 Junior college 37 9.0
 Bachelor's degree or higher 63 15.4
 Others 24 5.9
 Missing 1 0.2
Period of working as a home healthcare nurse (Years)
  < 1 30 7.3
  < 5 154 37.6
  < 10 92 22.5
  < 20 132 32.3
 Missing 1 0.2
Work status
 Full-time 294 71.9
 Part-time 114 27.9
 Missing 1 0.2
Family constitution
 Alone 53 13.0
 Living with families requiring caregiving or having underage children 192 46.9
 Living separately from families requiring caregiving or having underage children 163 39.9
 Missing 1 0.2
HHNJS-J: Model 4 (93.4) [12.1]
Job Satisfaction in Japanese Nurses Questionnaire (89.2) [11.5]
  1. HHNJS-J: Japanese version of the Home Healthcare Nurses' Job Satisfaction Scale