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Table 3 Multi-level mixed effects ordered logistic regression models to estimate the subjective well-being of women in urban China

From: Family patronage, institutional patronage, and work family conflict: women’s employment status and subjective well-being in urban China

Variable Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4
Age −0.010 −0.025*** −0.026*** −0.026***
Years of schooling 0.031* 0.025 0.021 0.014
Agricultural Hukou status −0.018 −0.038 −0.042 −0.013
CCP member −0.003 0.011 −0.011 −0.031
Religion 0.319* 0.306* 0.314* 0.350*
Has minor children −0.083 −0.204 −0.166 −0.174
Housing area 0.337*** 0.252** 0.250** 0.248**
Social welfare 0.291* 0.276* 0.271+ 0.214
Self-rated health 0.518*** 0.520*** 0.529*** 0.529***
Subjective social mobilitya
 No mobility −0.568* −0.546*** −0.558*** −0.563***
 Downward mobility −1.235*** −1.224*** −1.261*** −1.270***
Personal income (10,000 RMB) 0.005 −0.001 0.016 0.020
Married   0.862*** 0.822*** 0.849***
Income of other family members (10,000 RMB)   0.035*** 0.031*** 0.030***
Employment statusb     
 Work in public sectors    0.267* 0.149
 Unemployed    0.440*** 0.220
Total weekly work hoursc     
 41–50 h     −0.257+
 51–60 h     0.009
 Over 61 h     −0.660***
Cutting points Omitted Omitted Omitted Omitted
Random intercept 0.228*** 0.213*** 0.221*** 0.227***
N 2162 2162 2162 2162
Log-likelihood −2359.77 −2326.69 −2318.68 −2309.45
  1. Notes: All standard errors are not displayed
  2. + p < 0.10; *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001
  3. aReference group: upward mobility
  4. bReference group: work in private sectors
  5. cReference group: 40 h or below