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Table 2 Quality of life, stress, social connectedness, and working management style levels

From: Stress, health and quality of life of female migrant domestic workers in Singapore: a cross-sectional study

Instrument Participants (n = 182)
  mean (sd), or n (%)
WHOQoL-Bréf
 Overall QoL 3.8 (0.7)
 Satisfaction with health (1 missing) 4.0 (0.8)
 I Physical health (3 missing) 67.7 (11.9)
 II Psychological health (2 missing) 67.8 (12.0)
 III Social relationships (11 missing) 63.6 (14.6)
 IV Environment (3 missing) 66.2 (15.0)
Do you feel stressed? (20 missing)
 Yes 85 (52.5%)
 No 77 (47.5%)
Friendship Scale (10 missing), quintiles
 Very isolated 9 (5.2%)
 Isolated 25 (14.5%)
 Some isolation 48 (27.9%)
 Socially connected 51 (29.7%)
 Very connected 39 (22.7%)
X-Y Theory Questionnaire
 Situation and management style (9 missing)  
  0–15 Strongly X (Autocratic leadership) 11 (6.4%)
  16–44 Generally X 66 (38.2%)
  45–59 Generally Y 47 (27.2%)
  60–75 Strongly Y (Effective leadership) 49 (28.3%)
 Preference for management style (12 missing)  
  0–15 Strongly X (Autocratic leadership) 8 (4.7%)
  16–44 Generally X 35 (20.6%)
  45–59 Generally Y 54 (31.8%)
  60–75 Strongly Y (Effective leadership) 73 (42.9%)
 Agreement between experienced and preferred management style (13 missing)
  Yes 107 (63.3%)
  No 62 (36.7%)
  1. This table describes the quality of life, stress, social connectedness, and working management style levels of study participants