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Table 4 Summary of significant results of the linear regressions between job satisfaction and burnout

From: The effects of midwives’ job satisfaction on burnout, intention to quit and turnover: a longitudinal study in Senegal

Variables Dependent Significant independent 1stAnalysisa  P  ≤ 0.10 2ndAnalysisb  P  ≤ 0.05
Emotional exhaustion Score Job satisfaction facet score   
1. Remuneration 0.01 0.02
3. Workload 0.02 0.63
4. Tasks 0.01 0.03
6. Continuing education 0.03 0.28
7. Management 0.06 0.83
Depersonalisation Score Job satisfaction facet score   
  2. Work environment   
  3. Workload   
  4. Tasks 0.10 0.55
  6. Continuing education 0.02 0.24
  7. Management 0.01 0.17
  1. Controlling for: age, tenure, type of institution, educational attainment, rank, employee status and interviewer.
  2. a: multiple regressions performed between each dimension of burnout and facet of job satisfaction separately (P < 0.10); b: for each burnout dimension, all significant job facets from 1st analysis entered simultaneously in second multiple regression (P < 0.05).