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Table 4 Summary of significant interaction effects in the multilevel models for poor mental well-being in European employees aged 15–65 nested within 38 year-cohorts in 19 European countries (ESS 2004/5 and 2010)

From: Structural and intermediary determinants of social inequalities in the mental well-being of European workers: a relational approach

Interactions with psychosocial work environment Extended model 2 for employed women b (SE) Extended model 2 for employed men b (SE) Interactions with employment conditions Extended model 3 for employed women b (SE) Extended model 3 for employed men b (SE)
Semi-skilled workers x Low skill discretion 0.055 (0.023)*   Semi-skilled workers x Contr. earner w. in. income -0.473 (0.188)*  
Semi-skilled workers x High psy. demands 0.042 (0.019)*   Semi-skilled workers x Lack of training -0.238 (0.118)*  
Expert workers x Low skill discretion 0.059 (0.034)*   Expert workers x Main earner w. in. income -0.495 (0.171)**  
Expert workers x High psy. demands 0.062 (0.020)**   Expert workers x Lack of training -0.312 (0.125)*  
Non-expert managers x Low autonomy -0.115 (0.047)*   Non-expert supervisors x Main earner w. in. income -0.478 (0.209)*  
Non-expert managers x High psy. demands 0.088 (0.041)*   Non-expert managers x Involuntary part-time 1.489 (0.600)* 1.141 (0.509)*
Expert managers x Low autonomy -0.133 (0.048)**   Non-expert managers x Lack of training -0.696 (0.239)**  
Expert supervisors x High psy. demands   0.053 (0.24)* Non-expert managers x Contr. earner w. in. income   0.571 (0.845)**
Expert managers x High psy. demands   0.080 (0.028)**    
  1. *p ≤ 0.05; **p ≤ 0.01.
  2. Abbreviations: psy.: psychological; Contr.: Contributory; w. in. income: with insufficient household income.