Table 1: Association between risk behavior and dropout in youth aged 19 to 24 years in Mexico, 2010.

Independent variable Independent variable
Has suffered violence in couples Has been forced to have sex Got pregnant before 18 years of age Smokes cigarettes regularly Drinks alcohol regularly Consumes drugs regularly

Dropped out before completing USE−0.050 0.0130.0530.0220.0260.009
Age 0.001 0.002 0.0300.0060.007−0.001
Sex 0.002 −0.012−0.1240.1010.1340.006
Married or cohabiting −0.013 0.001 0.343−0.067−0.034 −0.004
Lives with partner 0.000 −0.000 0.4380.0750.032 0.006
Medical service 0.037 −0.004 0.055−0.034−0.033−0.006
Oportunidades scholarship0.127 0.001 −0.032 0.000 −0.056 0.000
Size of household 0.010 −0.000 0.0680.000 0.000 0.000
Rural −0.059 −0.012−0.056−0.021 −0.015 −0.002
Index of assets −0.014 −0.006−0.0350.0170.0290.001
Education head of household −0.008 0.001 −0.002 −0.000 0.009 0.000
Education of spouse 0.005 −0.000 0.000 0.0021 −0.004 −0.000
Head speaks indigenous language −0.016 −0.002 −0175−0.037 −0.044 −0.007
Head is employed0.061 −0.013 0.0101 0.008 −0.008 −0.000
Absent parent 0.012 0.006 0.0950.0290.024 0.000
Risk incidence index observed
5 years before in the ENJ 2005.0022.0034.0003.0005.0012.0023

Source: own calculations. The estimates reported represent the average margins evaluated.
*, **, and *** represent statistical significance at 10%, 5%, and 1%, respectively.