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Table 4 Predictive validity of the CSWQ (N = 303)

From: Measuring sustainable employability: psychometric properties of the capability set for work questionnaire

Predictors measured Time 1 Time 2
Work ability
Time 2
Work engagement
Time 2
Job satisfaction
Time 2
Task performance
β f SE 95% CI β SE 95% CI β SE 95% CI β SE 95% CI
Capability set scorea .291 .06 .22–.48 .385 .07 .36–.62 .354 .12 .56–1.03 .246 .06 .16–.41
Importanceb .278 .07 .20–.45 .239 .07 .16–.43 .152 .12 .09–.58 .269 .06 .18–.43
Abilityc .262 .06 .16–.40 .390 .06 .32–.56 .365 .11 .51–.93 .219 .06 .11–.34
Enablementd .253 .06 .15–.38 .407 .06 .34–.57 .427 .10 .64–1.04 .185 .06 .07–.29
Use of knowledge and skillse .187 .07 .04–.32 .262 .07 .12–.40 .250 .04 .07–.23 .174 .02 .01–.10
Development of knowledge and skillse −.060 .07 −.19–.08 .079 .07 −.05–.21 .044 .04 −.05–.10 −.034 .02 −.05–.03
Involvement in important decisionse −.013 .06 −.12–.10 .152 .06 −.04–.27 .109 .04 −.01–.12 .055 .02 −.02–.06
Building and maintaining meaningful contactse .134 .06 .00–.23 .009 .06 −.11–.13 .040 .04 −.04–.09 .066 .02 −.04–.04
Setting your own goalse .048 .06 −.08–.16 −.048 .06 −.17–.08 .105 .04 −.01–.12 .004 .02 −.02–.04
Having a good incomee .133 .06 .00–.23 −.040 .06 −.16–.08 .116 .03 −.01–.13 −.025 .02 −.04–.03
Contributing to something valuablee .005 .05 −.10–.11 .081 .06 −.03–.19 .173 .03 .02–.15 .098 .02 −.01–.06
  1. a Model 1 adjusts for gender (1-male, 2-female, age (in years), weekly working hours, and the capability set score.
  2. b Model 2 adjusts for gender (1-male, 2-female, age (in years), weekly working hours, the importance constituent of capabilities.
  3. c Model 3 adjusts for gender (1-male, 2-female, age (in years), weekly working hours, the ability constituent of capabilities.
  4. d Model 4 adjusts for gender (1-male, 2-female, age (in years), weekly working hours, the enablement constituent of capabilities.
  5. e Model 5 adjusts for gender (1-male, 2-female), age (in years), weekly working hours, and all capability aspects.
  6. f β is the standardized beta coefficient, SE standard error, 95% CI 95% confidence interval.