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Table 3 Associations between work conditions, health, burnout at baseline, and voluntary job mobility at follow-up (OR, p -value and 95% CI), controlled for sex, age, education, civil status and having children living at home

From: The importance of work conditions and health for voluntary job mobility: a two-year follow-up

  Crudea Model 1b Model 2c
  OR p 95% CI OR p 95% CI OR p 95% CI
Work conditions n=748    n=727    n=724   
Variety 0.82 .24 0.59–1.14 0.62 .02 0.42–0.91 0.63 .02 0.42–0.94
Autonomy 1.55 .03 1.04–2.33 1.71 .05 1.00–2.89 1.79 .04 1.03–3.09
Feedback 1.10 .53 0.81–1.50 1.07 .69 0.76–1.51 1.22 .29 0.85–1.75
Task identity 1.32 .09 0.96–1.82 1.21 .36 0.83–1.82 1.21 .38 0.79–1.84
Health and burnout n=731         
Vitality 1.00 .66 0.99–1.01     1.01 .46 0.99–1.03
VAS 1.00 .64 0.99–1.02     1.01 .42 0.99–1.03
Burnout 1.00 .71 0.99–1.01     1.02 .07 1.00–1.04
  1. aCrude OR.
  2. bModel 1: work condition variables, adjusted for each other.
  3. cModel 2: Model 1 adjusted for health and burnout variables.