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Table 2 Crude and adjusted prevalence ratios between health and informality by welfare state, country, and sex

From: Informal employment and poor self-perceived health in Latin America and the Caribbean: a gender-based comparison between countries and welfare states in a pooled analysis of 176,786 workers

Welfare state Country (survey year) Women Men
cPR (95% CI) aPR (95% CI)* cPR (95% CI) aPR (95% CI)*
Statalist Argentina (2018) 1.62 (1.37-1.91) 1.43 (1.20-1.71) 1.63 (1.36-1.95) 1.52 (1.26-1.84)
Brazil (2013) 1.92 (1.94-2.00) 1.49 (1.43-1.56) 2.01 (1.92-2.10) 1.56 (1.48-1.64)
Chile (2015-16) 2.09 (1.51-2.88) 1.90 (1.33-2.70) 2.05 (1.34-3.15) 1.32 (0.82-2.13)
Costa Rica (2018) 1.15 (0.79-1.68) 0.97 (0.69-1.38) 1.84 (1.20-2.81) 1.71 (1.14-2.56)
Mexico (2012) 1.56 (1.07-2.28) 1.07 (0.73-1.57) 2.31 (1.73-3.09) 1.93 (1.43-2.60)
Panama (2018) 1.68 (1.18-2.40) 1.45 (1.01-2.08) 1.05 (0.72-1.53) 0.87 (0.58-1.30)
Familialist Colombia (2017) 2.23 (1.89-2.62) 1.55 (1.29-1.87) 2.44 (2.08-2.87) 1.59 (1.32-1.93)
Ecuador (2012) 1.39 (1.29-1.50) 1.17 (1.08-1.28) 1.24 (1.16-1.32) 1.09 (1.02-1.16)
El Salvador (2018) 1.89 (1.24-2.88) 1.79 (1.06-3.02) 2.16 (1.27-3.66) 1.90 (1.13-3.17)
Guatemala (2018) 1.33 (0.75-2.35) 1.19 (0.65-2.19) 0.85 (0.56-1.29) 0.62 (0.41-0.93)
Honduras (2018) 1.26 (0.88-1.79) 0.92 (0.65-1.31) 1.86 (1.32-2.62) 1.57 (1.11-2.21)
Nicaragua (2018) 1.10 (0.86-1.4) 0.92 (0.70-1.22) 1.45 (1.10-1.92) 1.35 (1.02-1.79)
Peru (2015) 1.40 (1.17-1.67) 1.14 (0.94-1.39) 1.30 (1.10-1.52) 1.10 (0.92-1.31)
  1. cPR, crude prevalence ratio; aPR, adjusted prevalence ratio. * Adjusted by age, education level, and occupational category