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Table 3 Risk of urinary bladder cancer for industry group, overall and by duration of employment*

From: Risk of urinary bladder cancer: a case-control analysis of industry and occupation

  Overall >0 to <10 years ≥ 10 years
Industry Group Case Control OR (95%CI) Case Control OR (95%CI) Case Control OR (95%CI)
Agricultural production crops 27 20 1.09 (0.59 to 2.01) 9 16 0.48 (0.20 to 1.14) 18 4 3.36 (1.10 to 10.3)
Agriculture production livestock and animal specialties 37 17 1.90 (1.03 to 3.49) 12 13 0.68 (0.30 to 1.58/) 25 4 6.18 (2.09 to 18.3)
Transportation equipment 40 25 1.39 (0.81 to 2.37) 21 19 0.99 (0.51 to 1.90) 19 6 2.68 (1.03 to 6.97)
Communications 39 23 1.74 (1.00 to 3.01) 13 11 1.49 (0.64 to 3.45) 26 12 2.01 (0.98 to 4.10)
Health services 59 50 1.58 (1.02 to 2.44) 17 24 0.84 (0.43 to 1.67) 42 26 2.31 (1.33 to 4.01)
Agriculture services 13 7 1.54 (0.59 to 4.06) 8 3 2.67 (0.67 to 10.65) 5 4 0.83 (0.21 to 3.29)
Fishing, hunting, and trapping 6 1 4.16 (0.47 to 36.62) 3 1 1.41 (0.13 to 15.37) 3 0 ---
Coal mining 3 1 2.69 (0.22 to 32.30) 1 1 0.64 (0.03 to 15.76) 2 0 ---
Oil and gas extraction 14 7 1.75 (0.67 to 4.59) 11 6 1.52 (0.53 to 4.36) 3 1 3.28 (0.32 to 34.2)
Mining and quarrying of nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 3 2 1.40 (0.23 to 8.51) 1 1 1.11 (0.07 to 17.94) 2 1 1.65 (0.15 to 18.5)
Building construction, general contractors and operative builders 42 44 0.73 (0.46 to 1.17) 14 26 0.37 (0.18 to 0.74) 28 18 1.26 (0.67 to 2.37)
Petroleum refining and related industries 42 67 0.65 (0.43 to 1.00) 13 18 0.75 (0.35 to 1.58) 29 49 0.62 (0.38 to 1.02)
Textile mill products 10 4 3.04 (0.79 to 11.72) 4 2 1.86 (0.31 to 11.26) 6 1 5.31 (0.61 to 46.4)
Furniture and fixtures 7 3 2.23 (0.54 to 9.31) 3 1 1.52 (0.14 to 15.93) 4 2 2.70 (0.47 to 15.6)
Paper and allied products 13 7 1.83 (0.70 to 4.79) 7 6 1.11 (0.35 to 3.54) 6 1 6.06 (0.70 to 52.2)
Printing, publishing, and allied industries 15 9 1.37 (0.56 to 3.30) 9 5 1.49 (0.47 to 4.75) 6 4 1.21 (0.31 to 4.68)
Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products 18 14 1.03 (0.49 to 2.16) 7 3 1.64 (0.40 to 6.71) 11 11 0.89 (0.37 to 2.13)
Leather and leather products 6 0 --- 5 0 --- 1 0 ---
Stone, clay, glass, and concrete products 13 9 1.50 (0.61 to 3.71) 6 5 1.21 (036 to 4.09) 7 4 1.46 (0.42 to 5.10)
Primary metal industries 17 24 0.48 (0.24 to 0.94) 10 16 0.45 (0.19 to 1.03) 7 8 0.62 (0.22 to 1.77)
Railroad transportation 13 7 1.46 (0.56 to 3.75) 7 4 1.39 (0.40 to 4.87) 6 3 1.54 (0.37 to 6.42)
Local and suburban transit and interurban highway passenger transport 8 5 1.42 (0.44 to 4.56) 7 3 1.96 (0.48 to 8.04) 1 2 0.57 (0.05 to 6.42)
Motor freight transportation and warehousing 36 22 1.17 (0.66 to 2.07) 18 11 1.18 (0.54 to 2.60) 18 11 1.16 (0.52 to 2.58)
Water transportation 8 5 1.13 (0.35 to 3.70) 6 5 0.76 (0.21 to 2.72) 2 0 ---
Automotive dealers and gasoline service stations 37 31 0.98 (0.58 to 1.64) 22 23 0.81 (0.43 to 1.53) 15 8 1.47 (0.59 to 3.63)
Home furniture, furnishings, and equipment stores 17 9 1.54 (0.66 to 3.59) 11 7 1.45 (0.54 to 3.86) 6 2 2.25 (0.44 to 11.5)
Automotive repair, services, and parking 19 18 0.80 (0.40 to 1.61) 8 10 0.65 (0.24 to 1.73) 11 8 0.99 (0.37 to 2.67)
Educational services 104 107 1.21 (0.89 to 1.67) 50 50 1.16 (0.75 to 1.80) 54 57 1.31 (0.86 to 1.98)
Administration of environmental quality and housing programs 11 6 2.00 (0.72 to 5.56) 6 5 1.43 (0.43 to 4.79) 5 1 4.70 (0.53 to 41.7)
  1. *Adjusted for age gender and smoking status