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Table 1 Sample summary (n = 435)

From: The impact on functioning of second-generation antipsychotic medication side effects for patients with schizophrenia: a worldwide, cross-sectional, web-based survey

Variable Variable
Age (years) Time since diagnosis of schizophrenia, n (%)
 Mean (SD) [Range] 37.9 (11.0) [18–66]  More than 10 years ago 48 (11.0)
Gender, n (%)    Between 5 and 10 years ago 74 (17.0)
 Male 198 (45.5)  Between 1 and 5 years ago 210 (48.3)
 Female 234 (53.8)  Less than 1 year ago 103 (23.7)
Employment status, n (%)* Country, n (%)
 Employed, full-time or part-time 173 (39.8)  USA 180 (41.4)
 Homemaker 65 (14.9)  Canada 99 (22.8)
 Student 24 (5.5)  Australia 28 (6.4)
 Volunteer 12 (2.8)  Italy 90 (20.7)
 Unemployed 60 (13.8)  Spain 22 (5.1)
 Retired 14 (3.2)  Denmark 8 (1.8)
 Disabled and able to work 33 (7.6)  Norway 8 (1.8)
 Disabled and unable to work 54 (12.4) Living Situation, n (%)***
Education, n (%)**  Spouse/partner and children 115 (26.4)
 Elementary/primary school 21 (4.8)  Spouse/partner without children 97 (22.3)
 Secondary/high school 123 (28.3)  Parent(s) 89 (20.5)
 Some college/college degree 178 (40.9)  Alone 70 (16.1)
 Some graduate school/graduate degree 76 (17.4)  Children without spouse/partner 19 (4.4)
 Technical or vocational degree 23 (5.3)  Other (including family member) 14 (3.2)
 Other 14 (3.2) Group home, community facility 16 (3.7)
  1. SD standard deviation
  2. * Missing data: n = 58 (32.2%); ** Missing data: n = 5 (2.8%); *** Missing data: n = 1 (0.6%)