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Table 1 Participant characteristics

From: Individual socioeconomic and neighborhood factors predict changes in sports activity during the transition to retirement

Variable Sample (n = 710)
Age at baseline (M (SD)) 59.95 (2.38)
Gender (n (%))
 Male 372 (52.39%)
 Female 338 (47.61%)
Years since retirement at the follow-up assessment (M (SD)) 2.9 (3.39)
Physical diseases (M (SD)) 2.07 (1.59)
Education (n (%))
 Low 25 (3.52%)
 Medium 335 (47.18%)
 High 350 (49.30%)
Household net income in Euro (M (SD)) 3221.76 (1880.48)
Occupational prestige (n (%))
 Low 267 (49.81%)
 Medium 203 (37.87%)
 High 66 (12.31%)
Positive Memories (n (%))
 Agree 447 (73.39%)
 Disagree 162 (26.61%)
Safety (n (%))
 Agree 515 (84.56%)
 Disagree 94 (15.44%)
Sufficient Facilities Shops (n (%))
 Agree 446 (73.36%)
 Disagree 162 (26.64%)
Sufficient Facilities Health (n (%))
 Agree 519 (85.50%)
 Disagree 88 (14.50%)
Emotional Attachment (n (%))
 Agree 518 (85.20%)
 Disagree 90 (14.80%)
  1. Missing data for household net income (n = 40), occupational prestige (n = 174) physical diseases (n = 103), positive memories (n = 101), safety (n = 101), facilities shops (n = 102), facilities health (n = 103) and emotional attachment (n = 102). Standard deviation (SD)