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Table 2 Relationships between LS and socioeconomic, health factors and career attitudes for each group

From: Life Satisfaction and mobility: Their associations with career attitudes, and health-related factors among postgraduates having studied in universities intra EU and outside EU

Life Satisfaction [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, 12, 17]
 Mobile outside EUMobile intra EUNon-Mobile
 Mean (SE)1p2Mean (SE)1p2Mean (SE)1p2
SexMale8.50 (0.28)0.8887.77 (0.12)0.4678.19 (0.23)0.255
Female8.43 (0.45)7.90 (0.11)7.76 (0.30)
Type of householdLiving alone8.75 (0.17)0.3347.71 (0.15)0.2077.50 (0.29)0.586
Not living alone8.27 (0.40)7.93 (0.10)7.93 (0.20)
 Correlation coefficient3p2Correlation coefficient3p2Correlation coefficient3p2
Age− 0.2380.1880.2520.3370.188− 0.238
Financial situation[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, 12, 17]0.3660.024*0.1170.026*0.2230.084
Health factors
[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, 12, 17]
Health satisfaction0.609< 0.001***0.437< 0.001***0.439< 0.001***
QoL-Autonomy0.3340.038*0.429< 0.001***0.2380.054
Worry−0.3160.050*− 0.426< 0.001***− 0.1400.261
Career attitudes
[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, 12, 17]
Adaptability0.1570.3400.321< 0.001***− 0.0370.767
Optimism0.1390.3990.388< 0.001***0.418< 0.001***
Knowledge−0.0610.7110.1010.0520.1970.114
Planning0.1050.5240.1520.003**0.3660.002**
  1. 1Std. Error; 2Significant p-value: *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001 are presented in bold; 3Pearson’s correlation
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