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Table 1 Distributions of the variables in the School Health Promotion Study 2006–2019 in girls and boys in lower and upper secondary school

From: School burnout trends and sociodemographic factors in Finland 2006–2019

Variable Girls—lower Girls—upper Boys—lower Boys—upper
%/Mean (SD) % Missing % or Mean (SD) % Missing % or Mean (SD) % Missing % or Mean (SD) % Missing
School burnout n = 314,468   n = 184,001   n = 313,601   n = 133,464  
  1.8 (0.75) 0.2 2.0 (0.70) 0.1 1.9 (0.74) 0.5 1.7 (0.65) 0.2
Urban–rural area n = 315,174   n = 184,148   n = 315,214   n = 133,717  
 Urban 66.1 0 73.3 0 65.7 0 73.3 0
 Semi-urban 17.8 0 14.5 0 18.0 0 14.9 0
 Rural 16.1 0 12.2 0 16.2 0 11.8 0
Parent(s) with HE degree n = 289,928   n = 181,670   n = 289,928   n = 130,935  
  41.4 5.7 53.3 1.3 43.5 8.0 60.1 2.1
Parent(s) unemployed n = 271,113 1.4 n = 157,907 0.6 n = 272,249 3.0 n = 115,460 1.0
 None 70.8   74.2   72.6   76.1  
 One 26.0   23.0   24.0   21.5  
 Two or more 3.3   2.5   3.3   2.4  
Immigration status n = 155,456 2.1 n = 96,858 0.7 n = 154,611 5.8 n = 69,395 1.7
 Native 87.9   90.0   87.4   89.7  
 One parent foreign-born 7.3   6.3   6.5   6.2  
Foreign-born parents, born in Finland 2.0   1.7   1.9   1.7  
Foreign-born parents, born abroad 2.8   2.0   4.2   2.3