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Table 2 Descriptive statistics of labour market factor scores by national income and labour market clusters

From: Hierarchical cluster analysis of labour market regulations and population health: a taxonomy of low- and middle-income countries

Clusters Variables Middle-Income Low-Income
  Residual
(n = 16)
Emerging
(n = 16)
Informal
(n = 10)
Middle-income Total
(N Range = 43-52)
Post-Communist
(n = 18)
Less Successful Informal
(n = 22)
Insecure
(n = 31)
Low-Income Total
(N Range = 70-92)
  M (SD) M (SD) M (SD) M (SD) M (SD) M (SD) M (SD) M (SD)
Labour market inequality
factor score (std.)a
0.45 (0.32) -0.58 (0.27) -1.29 (0.85) -0.36 (0.83) 0.65 (0.59) -1.32 (0.41) 0.73 (0.72) 0.08 (1.12)
Labour market poverty factor
score (std.)b
-0.67 (0.25) -0.34 (0.28) -0.27 (0.62) -0.42 (0.45) -0.02 (0.40) 0.18 (0.58) 1.49 (0.43) 0.70 (0.85)
  1. M, Mean; SD, Standard Deviation
  2. aLower 'Labour market inequality factor scores' indicate greater levels of labour market equality
  3. bHigher 'Labour market poverty factor scores' indicate greater levels of labour market poverty