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Table 2 Relationship between mean neighbourhood unemployment rate and months under high residential turnover during observation time

From: Insomnia and urban neighbourhood contexts – are associations modified by individual social characteristics and change of residence? Results from a population-based study using residential histories

  Whole Sample, N = 2873 Low-income, N = 735 Less educated, N = 334 Socially isolated, N = 215 Non-movers, N = 2317 Movers, N = 556
Neighbourhood unemployment rate * months under high residential turnover 0.273** 0.294** 0.364** 0.313** 0.274** 0.253**
  1. Shown are nonparametric correlations, with two-sided levels of significance, p < 0.01, in the whole sample and in the subgroups.