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Germs ; 12(1):1-5, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1801717

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The only factor statistically significantly associated with anxiety was job dedication, where a higher level of job dedication was associated with decreased likelihood of the worker having high levels of anxiety (odds ratio (OR)=0.545;95% confidence interval (CI): 0.301;0.990) (Table 1). [...]participation in the study was voluntary and 95% of our participants were females, which may indicate a self-selection bias. [...]being a cross-sectional survey, our research is only a snapshot in time. [...]we wish to highlight the need for advanced interventions in times of crisis to address mental-health concerns of employees and to safeguard their emotional and psychological wellbeing.

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