Table 4 Demographic characteristics of the sample

From: How do job insecurity and perceived well-being affect expatriate employees’ willingness to share or hide knowledge?

Data on respondents Measurement No. % Data on sampled firms Measurement No. %
(a) Gender    (a) Origin of company   
Male 210 79.25 Saudi 167 63.02
Female 55 20.75 Non-Saudi 98 36.98
(b) Education    (b) Number of employees   
High school 51 19.25 Less than 100 145 54.72
Bachelor’s degree 110 41.51 101–500 83 31.32
Master’s degree 86 32.45 More than 500 37 13.96
PhD 8 3.02 (c) Country of origin   
Professional 10 3.77 Egypt 38 14.34
(c) Experience in years    Jordan 34 12.83
Less than 1 10 3.77 Sudan 33 12.45
2–5 58 21.89 Yemen 30 11.32
6–10 156 58.87 Pakistan 28 10.57
11–15 35 13.21 India 26 9.81
More than 15 6 2.26 Philippines 19 7.17
(d) Designation    Lebanon 17 6.42
Support staff 49 18.49 Syria 16 6.04
Clerical 23 8.68 Bangladesh 14 5.28
Officer 124 46.79 Other 10 3.77
Junior manager 26 9.81    
Middle manager 43 16.23    
(e) Income (Saudi riyals per month)      
Less than 5000 24 9.06    
5000–9999 65 24.53    
10,000–14,999 148 55.85    
15,000–19,999 17 6.42    
More than 20,000 11 4.15