Journal of Environmental and Public Health / 2013 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

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

Table 3

Results of multinominal logistic regression.

Explanatory variables Transition from job lock to :
(reference category: dissatisfied and immobile)
Transition from to job lock:
(reference category: dissatisfied and immobile)
Dissatisfied and mobileSatisfied and immobileSatisfied and mobileDissatisfied and mobileSatisfied and immobileSatisfied and mobile
Odds ratioOdds ratioOdds ratioOdds ratioOdds ratioOdds ratio

Sociodemographic features
 Marital status0.6000.9050.8460.405**0.7430.496
 Health problems: anxiety, depression, and so forth2.1290.8141.4570.4990.9410.447

Personality attributes:
 Min peak-end self-esteem0.6890.409**0.413*0.6850.557*0.121**

Type of occupation (reference category: clerical and secretarial):
 Manager and administrators2.974*2.285*2.1851.9763.371**12.505**
 Associate professional/technical2.7133.805**2.6520.4732.989**7.848*
 Personal and protective service1.5633.381**4.110*7.748**3.361**3.215
 Plant and machine0.2960.9250.3960.7781.1716.499**
 Other occupations0.7061.4650.5802.0861.7121.903

Type of sector: (reference category: other sectors):
 Private 1.8991.977*3.112**3.909*1.1140.225**

Employment conditions:
 Full-time contract0.4300.6270.129**1.4470.7350.386
 Employer pension scheme1.7961.3491.8110.8321.5080.660
 On-job training0.9841.1320.7641.4140.9230.685
 Promotion opportunities3.991**2.329**14.572**0.8290.9850.976
 Member of the trade unions0.5320.6670.6080.5460.9681.636

Work-related contextual features:
 Regional unemployment rate0.836**0.864**0.818**0.857*0.794**0.828*

Other model characteristicsObservations = 825Observations = 782
LR (df = 69) = 287.25LR (df = 69) = 192.43
Pseudo = 0.1437Pseudo = 0.1238

Significant at 5% level; **significant at 1% level.

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