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Worker Drug Use and Workplace Policies and Programs: Results from the 1994 and 1997 National Household Survey on Drug Abuse

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Table 1.1 Percentage and Estimated Number of Past Month Illicit Drug and Heavy Alcohol Users, Age 18-49, by Year and Employment Status

Table 1.2  Trends in Percentage of Persons, Age 18-49, Reporting Drug Use, by Employment Status, 1985-1997

Table 1.3 Percentage of 18-49 Year Olds Reporting Current Illicit Drug Use,  by Type of Drug, 1994 and 1997

Table 2.1 Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting Current Illicit Drug and  Current Heavy Alcohol Use, by Demographic Characteristics, 1994 and 1997

Table 2.2 Distribution of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting Current Illicit Drug and Current Heavy Alcohol Use, by Demographic Characteristics, 1994 and 1997

Table 2.3 Percentage and Estimated Number of Illicit Drug and Heavy Alcohol Users Among Full-time Workers, Age 18-49, by Establishment Size, 1994 and 1997

Table 2.4 Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting Current Illicit Drug and Heavy Alcohol Use, by Occupation Categories, 1994 and 1997

Table 3.1 Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting Various Workplace Outcomes, by Current Illicit Drug and Heavy Alcohol Use, 1994 and 1997

Table 4.1 Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting that Their Workplace Provides Information, Has a Written Policy, or Maintains an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Concerning Drug or Alcohol Use, by Establishment Size, 1994 and 1997

Table 4.2 Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting that Their Workplace Provides Information, Has a Written Policy, or Maintains an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Concerning Drug or Alcohol Use, by Establishment Size and Current Illicit Drug Use, 1994 and 1997

Table 4.3 Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting that Their Workplace Provides Information, Has a Written Policy, or Maintains an EAP Concerning Drug or Alcohol Use, by Establishment Size and Current Heavy Alcohol Drug Use, 1994 and 1997

Table 4.4 Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting that Their Workplace Provides Information, Has a Written Policy, or Maintains an EAP Concerning Drug or Alcohol Use, by Occupation Categories, 1994 and 1997

Table 5.1 Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting Workplace Drug Testing Programs, by Occupation Category and Type of Program, 1994 and 1997

Table 5.2  Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting Workplace Drug Testing Programs, by Occupation Category and Type of Program, 1994 and 1997

Table 5.3 Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting Workplace Drug Testing Programs, by Establishment Size and Current Illicit Drug Use, 1994 and 1997

Table 5.4 Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting that They Would be LESS LIKELY to Work for an Employer Who Tests for Drug Use in Various Circumstances, by Establishment Size and Current Illicit Drug Use, 1994 and 1997

Table 5.5  Percentage of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, Reporting that They Would Be LESS LIKELY to Work for an Employer Who Tests for Drug Use in Various Circumstances, by Occupation Categories, 1994 and 1997

Table 6.1  Demographic Characteristics and Relative Likelihood of Any Illicit Drug Use in the Past Month of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49,  1994 and 1997

Table 6.2  Relationship between Drug Use Policies, Programs, Tests and Relative Risk of Any Illicit Drug Use in the Past Month of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, 1994 and 1997

Table 6.3  Demographic Characteristics and Relative Likelihood of Heavy Alcohol Use in the Past Month, Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49,  1994 and 1997

Table 6.4  Relationship between Drug Use Policies, Programs, Tests and Relative Risks of Heavy Alcohol Use in the Past Month of Full-Time Workers, Age 18-49, 1994 and 1997
 

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