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Table 3 Multiple regression to determine the associations between health-related factors, career attitudes and LS, 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]
  b1SE2L953U954p5
Mobile outside EU
 Financial situation[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, 12, 17]0.0370.087−0.1330.2080.669
 Health-related factorsHealth satisfaction0.3680.1200.1320.6030.002**
QoL-Autonomy0.3050.253−0.1920.8020.228
Worry−0.1590.098−0.3510.0330.104
 Career attitudesAdaptability−0.0260.236−0.4890.4370.912
Optimism0.0080.193−0.3720.3880.967
Planning0.0640.134−0.2000.3280.634
Mobile intra EU
 Financial situation[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, 12, 17]0.0400.032−0.0220.1020.209
 Health-related factorsHealth satisfaction0.1930.0330.1290.257≤0.001***
QoL-Autonomy0.2100.0550.1020.318≤0.001***
Worry−0.1530.031−0.213− 0.092≤0.001***
 Career attitudesAdaptability0.1190.0540.0140.2240.027*
Optimism0.0840.057−0.0280.1970.141
Planning−0.0040.034−0.0700.0620.906
Non-mobile
 Financial situation[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, 12, 17]0.1000.079−0.0570.2560.211
 Health-related factorsHealth satisfaction0.1930.0740.0460.3390.010**
QoL-Autonomy−0.1750.158−0.4870.1360.269
Worry−0.0020.075−0.1490.1450.978
 Career attitudesAdaptability−0.0680.132−0.3280.1920.607
Optimism0.4000.1470.1120.6890.007**
Planning0.2120.0950.0260.3980.026*
  1. 1b = Parameter estimate; 2SE = Standard error; 3L95 = Lower limit of the 95% confidence interval; 4U95 = Upper limit of the 95% confidence interval; 5p = Significance level of the t-test: *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001 are presented in bold
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