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Table 2 Parameter estimates of the demographic variables on the turnover intention using the GLM univariate analysis

From: The relationship between quality of work life and turnover intention of primary health care nurses in Saudi Arabia

Parameter Estimates Std. Error t Sig. 95% Confidence Interval
      Lower Bound Upper Bound
Intercept 46.069 1.546 29.804 <0.001 43.031 49.107
Gender       
 1 = Male 4.371 1.286 3.399 0.001 1.844 6.898
 2 = Female 0a . . . . .
Dependent adults       
 1 = Yes 2.238 1.162 1.925 0.055 -.047 4.522
 2 = No 0a . . . . .
Positional tenure -.350 .092 −3.792 <0.001 -.532 -.169
Payment per month -.644 .197 −3.261 0.001 −1.032 -.256
  1. a. This parameter is set to zero because it is redundant.
  2. Note. Dependent variable: Turnover Intention. Only significant demographic variables and intercepts were presented in this table. R Squared = .133 (Adjusted R Squared = .098).