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Table 3 Crude and independent correlates of burnout in female subjects

From: The prevalence and correlates of burnout among Chinese preschool teachers

FactorLevelUnivariate regression analysisMultivariate factor regression analysisa
Wald χ2OR95%CIP valueWald χ2OR95%CIP value
Education 3.92  0.1416.94  0.031
College or above1.001.00
Junior college3.170.760.56–1.030.0755.880.700.53–0.930.015
Senior high school or less0.470.910.68–1.200.4940.021.030.71–1.500.888
Marital status 8.68  0.0132.11  0.348
Never married1.001.00
Married8.330.700.54–0.890.0040.021.020.70–1.500.901
Divorced or Widowed0.220.880.50–1.530.6411.480.620.29–1.340.224
The type of schoolPrivate school1.001.00
Public school3.391.220.99–1.500.0668.141.511.14–2.010.004
Income satisfactionNo1.001.00 
Yes41.650.510.42–0.63< 0.0017.660.700.54–0.900.006
BMI 16.04  0.00114.96  0.002
Normal weight1.001.00
Underweight4.521.531.03–2.270.0340.871.260.78–2.050.350
Overweight8.530.670.51–0.880.00311.720.550.39–0.780.001
Obesity0.5610.90.72–1.160.4533.030.770.57–1.030.082
DepressionNo1.001.00
Yes300.388.376.58–10.65< 0.00162.453.222.41–4.31< 0.001
Age (years) 10.040.980.97–0.990.0020.611.010.98–1.050.436
Years of teaching 5.520.990.98–1.000.0190.251.010.98–1.030.616
Perceived stress 344.701.191.17–1.22< 0.001174.871.161.13–1.18< 0.001
  1. Boldface indicates significant at P < 0.05
  2. BMI body mass index
  3. aThis multivariate factor regression analysis was based on n = 1607 and adjustment for all variables
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