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35-44

0.026

0.956

0.015

0.859

0.077

0.019

0.956

0.015

0.871

0.104

45-54

0.066

0.926

0.019

0.879

0.063

0.047

0.935

0.015

0.678

0.072

55-64

0.166

0.683

0.031

0.392

0.097

0.136

0.676

0.024

0.360

0.056

65-74

0.207

0.186

0.026

0.076

0.027

0.246

0.185

0.027

0.098

0.030

All 25+

0.080

0.801

0.015

0.362

0.043

0.080

0.808

0.016

0.265

0.032

35-44

0.021

0.775

0.014

0.596

0.102

45-54

0.058

0.781

0.021

0.695

0.081

55-64

0.095

0.417

0.028

0.296

0.072

65-74

0.156

0.055

0.013

0.033

0.021

All 25+

0.068

0.584

0.020

0.238

0.033

0.009

0.776

0.014

0.269

0.133

0.033

0.781

0.021

0.802

0.058

0.053

0.417

0.028

0.320

0.655

0.196

0.056

0.013

0.094

0.039

0.070

0.592

0.020

0.171

0.034

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Female

Numbers are too small in the youngest and oldest groups to report reliable statistics

Proportion

Percent

with CVD

without CVD

in labour force

Male

Table 3: Proportion in labour force by age and gender

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Percent with CVD in labour force

Age group

Proportion with diabetes

Proportion without diabetes who are in labour force

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Percent with diabetes who are in labour

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Chronic disease and labour force participation in Australia: an endogenous multivariate probit analysis of clinical prevalence data

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