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Table 1 Participant characteristics

From: Psychopathological symptom network structure in transgender and gender queer youth reporting parental psychological abuse: a network analysis

  Transgender men (N = 493) Transgender women (N = 441) Gender queer individuals (N = 359)
Age, years: mean (SD) 21.93 (3.84) 21.27 (3.82) 20.75 (3.29)
Education, N (%)    
 Did not complete high school 22 (4.46) 39 (8.84) 16 (4.46)
 Completed high school or equivalent 110 (22.31) 135 (30.61) 91 (25.35)
 Associate college and bachelor degree 315 (63.89) 243 (55.10) 235 (65.46)
 Master’s degree and above 46 (9.33) 24 (5.44) 17 (4.74)
Residence, N (%)    
 City 422 (85.60) 364 (82.54) 298 (83.01)
 Town and county 53 (10.75) 67 (15.19) 53 (14.76)
 Country and others 18 (3.65) 10 (2.27) 8 (2.23)
Employment status, N (%)    
 Full-time jobs 140 (28.40) 107 (24.26) 66 (18.38)
 Part-time jobs 27 (5.48) 27 (6.12) 31 (8.64)
 Self-employment 50 (10.14) 51 (11.56) 30 (8.36)
 Current not working 26 (5.27) 48 (10.88) 20 (5.57)
 Other jobs 37 (7.51) 32 (7.26) 26 (7.24)
 Never have a job 213 (43.20) 176 (39.91) 186 (51.81)
Current annual income, N (%)    
 <¥10,000 282 (57.20) 257 (58.28) 244 (67.97)
 ¥10,000–24,999 42 (8.52) 53 (12.02) 33 (9.19)
 ¥25,000–49,999 64 (12.98) 58 (13.15) 35 (9.75)
 ¥50,000–99,999 64 (12.98) 45 (10.20) 26 (7.24)
 ≥¥100,000 41 (8.32) 28 (6.35) 21 (5.85)
Current marital or intimate relationship status, N (%)   
 Single 161 (32.66) 115 (26.08) 113 (31.48)
 Unmarried, but with partner (s) 163 (33.06) 106 (24.04) 79 (22.01)
 Married 3 (0.61) 6 (1.36) 3 (0.84)
 Never have an intimate relationship 166 (33.67) 214 (48.53) 164 (45.68)
Parental education, N (%)    
 Below primary school 0 (0.00) 4 (0.91) 1 (0.28)
 Primary school 24 (4.87) 33 (7.48) 14 (3.90)
 Junior high school 84 (17.04) 73 (16.55) 50 (13.93)
 Secondary technical school 61 (12.37) 49 (11.11) 32 (8.91)
 Senior high school 105 (21.30) 70 (15.87) 61 (16.99)
 Associate college 76 (15.42) 77 (17.46) 68 (18.94)
 Bachelor degree 111 (22.52) 94 (21.32) 104 (28.97)
 Master’s degree and above 32 (6.49) 41 (9.30) 29 (8.08)