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Table 5 Summary of significant results of the logistical regressions between job satisfaction and job search and turnover

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

Variables dependent Significant independent 1stAnalysisd  P  ≤ 0.10 2ndAnalysiseOR (95%CI)
Job search* a Job satisfaction facets c   
  1. Remuneration 0.06 0.41 (0.15–1.11)
  9. Job security 0.00 0.16 (0.04–0.67)
Turnover** b Job satisfaction facets   
  6. Continuing education 0.00 0.13 (0.03–0.44)
  7. Management 0.04 1.07 (0.29–3.92)
  1. * Controlling for: age, tenure, type of institution, educational attainment, rank, employee status, interviewer and perception of alternatives).
  2. ** Controlling for: age, tenure, type of institution, educational attainment, rank and employee status).
  3. Categories: a: not searching (1) vs actively searching (2), b: stayed (1) vs. quit (2), c: most dissatisfied 25 % (1) vs. rest (2).
  4. d: multiple regressions performed between each dimension of job search/turnover and facet of job satisfaction separately (P < 0.10); e: for both job search and turnover, all significant job facets from 1st analysis entered simultaneously in second multiple regression (P < 0.05).