Journal of Environmental and Public Health / 2013 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

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

Table 4

Interaction terms.

Variables/interactionsSatisfied and mobile

Dependent variable: transition from job lock to (reference: dissatisfied and immobile)

Peak-end self-esteem mental health problems0.076*
Peak-end self-esteem3.944
Mental health problems3.114

Mental health problems procrastination0.088*
Mental health problems2.643
Procrastination10.680*

Age peak-end self-esteem0.897*
Peak-end self-esteem19.341
Age0.942**

Regional unemployment rate peak-end self-esteem 1.461*
Peak-end self-esteem0.014**
Regional unemployment rate0.774**

Satisfied and immobile

Dependent variable:
transition from to job lock
(reference: stay dissatisfied and immobile)

Regional unemployment rate peak-end self-esteem 1.361*
Peak-end self-esteem0.033**
Regional unemployment rate0.759**

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

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