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Table 4 Multi-level mixed effects ordered logistic regression models to estimate the subjective well-being of women in urban China (pairwise comparison)

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

Variables Public sector vs private sectora Public sector vs unemployedb Private sector vs unemployedc
Model 1a Model 1b Model 2a Model 2b Model 3a Model 3b
Employment status 0.297*** 0.176 −0.196 −0.072 0.390** −0.240
Control variables# Controlled Controlled Controlled Controlled Controlled Controlled
Total weekly work hoursd
 41–50 h   −0.342*   −0.370*   0.169
 51–60 h   −0.123   0.387   0.180
 Over 61 h   −0.778***   −0.428   −0.588**
Cutting points Omitted Omitted Omitted Omitted Omitted Omitted
N 1515 1515 1515 1515 1515 1515
Log-likelihood −1646.87 −1524.12 −1323.95 −1321.88 −1699.95 −1692.00
  1. + p < 0.10; *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001
  2. #The control variables include age, years of schooling, Hukou status, party membership, religion, marital status, income of other family members, has minor children or not, housing area, social welfare, self-rated health, personal income and self-rated social mobility. Model 1a and 1b also considers occupational type
  3. aReference group: work in the private sector
  4. bReference group: unemployed
  5. cReference group: unemployed
  6. dReference group: 40 h or below