Journal of Environmental and Public Health / 2013 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Why Do Some Employees Fall into and Fail to Exit a Job-Lock Situation?

Table 1

Descriptive statistics.

Job dissatisfaction during two subsequent years and FrequencyTransition from to job lock FrequencyTransition from job lock to Frequency
N %N %N %

0 = mobile during at least one of the years (not in job lock)160554.41 = dissatisfied and immobile48461.41 = dissatisfied and immobile36444.1
2 = dissatisfied and mobile516.52 = dissatisfied and mobile789.5

1 = immobile during both years (in job lock)134445.63 = satisfied and immobile20626.13 = satisfied and immobile26732.4
4 = satisfied and mobile476.04 = satisfied and mobile11614.1

Total2949100788100825100

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