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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of study participants

From: Industrial action by healthcare workers in Nigeria in 2013–2015: an inquiry into causes, consequences and control—a cross-sectional descriptive study

SN   Number Percent
Gender of participants    
  Gender   
1  Male 62 41.3
2  Female 88 58.7
 Total 150 100
Age of respondents
  Ages   
1  25–29 26 17.7
2  30–34 68 46.3
3  35–39 28 19.0
4  ≥40 25 17.0
 Total 147 100
Marital status of participants
  Marital status   
1  Married 86 57.3
2  Single 61 40.7
3  Widow 3 2.0
 Total 150 100
Religion of practice of participants
  Religion   
1  None 4 2.7
2  Christianity 90 60.8
3  Islam 54 36.5
 Total 148 100
Monthly income of participants
  Monthly income   
1  10 000–49 000 21 14.19
2  50 000–89 000 21 14.19
3  90 000–129 000 33 22.30
4  130 000–169 000 26 17.57
5  170 000–199 000 22 14.86
6  >199 000 25 16.89
 Total 148 100
Academic qualification of respondents
  Highest academic qualification   
1  First school leaving certificate 1 0.7
2  SSCE/WAEC 2 1.3
3  Certificates/diploma 28 18.7
4  Bachelors 106 70.7
5  Masters and above 13 8.7
 Total 150 100