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Volume 16, Number 2—February 2010

Research

Employment and Compliance with Pandemic Influenza Mitigation Recommendations

Kelly D. BlakeComments to Author , Robert J. Blendon, and Kasisomayajula Viswanath
Author affiliations: Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts, USA (K.D. Blake, R.J. Blendon, K. Viswanath); Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston (K.D. Blake, K. Viswanath)

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Table 1

Sample characteristics of 1,101 employed respondents, 2006 Harvard School of Public Health Pandemic Influenza Survey*

Characteristic
% Respondents
Female 54
Age, y
18–30 28
31–50 48
>51
24
Annual household Income
<$30,000 18
$30,000–$49,000 19
$50,000–$74,000 19
>$75,000
29
Education
Less than HS 12
HS graduate or HS plus technical school 29
Some college, no degree 25
College degree or more
31
Race/ethnicity
African-American 11
Hispanic 14
Other 7
White
66
Residence
Urban 73
Rural
27
Employment
Part time 21
Full time 79

*HS, high school. Alll samples are weighted. Entries may not total 100% because of refused or missing responses.

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