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Table 3 Association between playing multiple life roles and motivational factors on graduates’ decision to choose PM position

From: Why do graduates choose to work in a less attractive specialty? A cross-sectional study on the role of personal values and expectations

 FdfR2BSE Bβ95% CIs
All graduates (N = 143)15.5***2.2^    
 Child role   .3.1.2**.1–.6
 Continued education   .4.1.4***.2–.6
Male (N = 50)7.9***3.4^ 
 Child role   .7.2.5***.2–.9
 Colleagues   .4.2.3**.1–.8
 Continued education   .4.2.4**.1–.8
Female (N = 93)11.6***3.3^    
 Marital status   .4.2.2*0–.8
 Job and working conditions   .4.1.3*.1–.7
 Continued education   .4.1.3**.1–.6
First choice (N = 82)12.1***2.2^ 
 Child role   .4.2.3**.1–.7
 Continued education   .4.1.4***.2–.6
Second choice (N = 58)5.7*1.1^    
 Continued education   .4.2.3*.1–.7
  1. Note: *p value ≤ .05, **p value ≤ .01, ***p value ≤ .001, ^p value > .05; F explains the variance in the dependent variable (i.e., decision to choose PM position); R2 explains how well the model fits the data