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Table 4 Results of univariate analyses by building progressive models with turnover intention as dependent variable

From: The relationship between job satisfaction, burnout, and turnover intention among physicians from urban state-owned medical institutions in Hubei, China: a cross-sectional study

Explanatory Variables Model K1 Model K2 Model K3
   F Pvalue F Pvalue F Pvalue
Sociodemographic variables※ gender 8.289 0.004 9.969 0.002 8.861 0.003
  age 5.807 0.001 4.668 0.003 4.105 0.007
  marital status 0.997 0.318 0.321 0.571 0.085 0.771
  education background 0.467 0.760 0.955 0.431 0.996 0.408
  years of service 3.521 0.015 3.982 0.008 3.915 0.008
  technical position 0.157 0.960 0.593 0.668 0.382 0.821
  department 0.954 0.471 0.945 0.478 0.877 0.535
  average monthly income 2.858 0.022 1.963 0.098 2.176 0.069
  employment mode 0.528 0.468 0.867 0.352 1.337 0.248
Job satisfaction variables ( b , 95%CI) job-itself satisfaction    6.667 0.010 3.679 0.055
     -0.060 (-0.106, -0.015) -0.053 (-0.107, 0.001)
  Work environment satisfaction    7.936 0.005 7.822 0.005
     -0.075 (-0.127, -0.023) -0.074 (-0.125, -0.022)
  job rewards satisfaction    14.655 0.000 10.633 0.001
     -0.084(-0.128, -0.041) -0.073 (-0.117, -0.029)
  organizational management satisfaction    31.593 0.000 34.223 0.000
     -0.142 (-0.191, -0092) -0.146 (-0.195, -0.097)
  medical practicing environment satisfaction    0.109 0.742 0.813 0.367
     -0.007 (-0.050, 0.036) -0.021 (-0.068, 0.026)
Burnout syndrome variables ( b , 95%CI) emotional exhaustion      26.756 0.000
       0.135 (0.084, 0.186)
  depersonalization      0.009 0.924
       0.003 (-0.058, 0.064)
  reduced personal accomplishment      1.132 0.287
       0.043 (-0.036, 0.121)
Corrected Model 2.692 0.000 8.928 0.000 9.181 0.000
Adjusted R 2 0.033 0.297 0.412
  1. the last category in every sociodemographic variable defined as reference.