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Table 3 Estimates of the logistic model for intention to migrate (N=385)

From: Exploring public sector physicians’ resilience, reactions and coping strategies in times of economic crisis; findings from a survey in Portugal’s capital city area

Independent variables Model 1 Model 2
B (se) p B (se) p
Age −0.069 (0.018) <0.001 −0.047 (0.021) 0.025
Gender (Female) −0.723 (0.321) 0.024 −0.310 (0.383) 0.419
Civil status (Married/partnership)
 Single −0.130 (0.431) 0.762 0.182 (0.517) 0.724
 Divorced 2.719 (0.557) < 0.001 2.651 (0.656) < 0.001
Nationality (Other) 1.799 (0.701) 0.010 2.133 (0.846) 0.012
Dependents (Yes) −1.081 (0.443) 0.015 −0.441 (0.528) 0.404
Working hours 2015 (hours/week) 0.030 (0.011) 0.004 0.019 (0.012) 0.124
Leisure time 2015 (log (hours/week)) −0.482 (0.209) 0.021 −0.440 (0.252) 0.081
Health policies that damage public sector 0.402 (0.146) 0.006
Brain Drain 0.308 (0.117) 0.009
Enjoyment of the current working environment −0.196 (0.068) 0.004
Current conditions of my current job −0.153 (0.091) 0.092
Difficulty of finding a job abroad −0.155 (0.081) 0.055
Family ties in Portugal −0.126 (0.052) 0.015