Table 1 Sample demographicsa (N = 3042).

From: Resilience, COVID-19-related stress, anxiety and depression during the pandemic in a large population enriched for healthcare providers

  n %
Age bins
 Under 30 719 23.6
 30 s 1043 34.3
 40 s 741 24.4
 50 s 335 11
 60 s 157 5.2
 Over 70 47 1.5
Other demographics
 Gender, female 1964 64.6
 Gender, male 1059 34.8
 Race, white 2577 84.7
Relationship
 Married/living with partner 2148 70.6
 Single 557 18.3
Occupation
 Healthcare 625 20.5
 Engineering, computers, finance 506 16.7
 Research 344 11.3
 Legal, government, administration 271 8.9
 Student 269 8.8
 Teaching 200 6.6
Education
 Bachelor or lower 1384 45.5
 Master degree 1035 34
 Doctoral degree 615 20.2
Income (annual per household)b
 Under $50,000 798 26.2
 $50,000 to $99,999 705 23.2
 $100,000 and above 1296 42.6
Country of residence
 US 1607 52.8
 Israel 1197 39.3
 Otherc 238 7.8
COVID-19 exposures
 Tested negative for COVID-19 132 4.3
 Tested positive for COVID-19 12 0.4
 Know personally person with COVID-19 1276 41.9
 Know personally person who died from COVID-19 191 6.3
  1. aMissing demographic data for participants answering “I don’t know/I’d rather not say” was lower than 1.8% for all variables except income.
  2. bMissing data for income = 8.8%.
  3. cOther countries included UK (n = 50), Canada (n = 30), Brazil (n = 17), Germany (n = 15), Ireland (n = 11), and 42 other countries with less than 10 participants.