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Table 5 Demographic overview

From: Implementing a social network intervention designed to enhance and diversify support for people with long-term conditions. A qualitative study

ID Gender Age Domestic situation Employment status Income (average = £25 K) Highest educational level
01 Female 51 Divorced, lives with adult son Full-time work About average College
02 Male 70 Never married, lives alone Retired Lower than average School (up to 16 years old)
03 Female 57 Lives with partner Part-time work, part-time voluntary About average University
04 Male 54 Never married, lives alone Unemployed, actively seeking work Lower than average College
05 Male 70 Divorced, lives alone Retired, part-time voluntary About average College
06 Male 68 Married Retired Lower than average University
07 Female 59 Lives with partner Retired Lower than average College
08 Female 66 Never married, lives alone Retired Lower than average College
09 Male 43 Lives with partner Full-time work Lower than average School (up to 16 years old)
10 Female 66 Married Retired, part-time voluntary Lower than average School (up to 16 years old)
11 Male 75 Widowed, lives alone, Retired Lower than average College
12 Female 59 Never married, lives alone Full-time work Lower than average School (up to 16 years old)
13 Male 76 Married Retired, part-time voluntary Lower than average College
14 Male 73 Married Retired, part-time voluntary Lower than average College
15 Male 67 Married Retired Lower than average University