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Table 4 General linear model for the change patterns’ associations with sociodemographic variables

From: Evaluation of a training program for life skills education and financial literacy to community health workers in India: a quasi-experimental study

Socio-demographic variables Factor 1 Factor 2 Factor 3
β (95% CI) β (95% CI) β (95% CI)
Age
  ≤ 38 years −0.642 (−1.077, −0.207) 0.430 (−0.005, 0.866) −0.121 (−0.552, 0.311)
  > 38 years Reference Reference Reference
Years of schooling
  ≤ 11 years 0.104 (−0.328, 0.536) 0.403 (−0.029, 0.836) − 0.229 (− 0.651, 0.200)
  > 11 years Reference Reference Reference
Years of experience
  ≤ 12 years 0.660 (0.203, 1.116) 0.672 (0.215, 1.129) −0.677 (−1.129, − 0.224)
  > 12 years Reference Reference Reference
Monthly salary
  ≤ 2500 INR −0.055 (− 0.491, 0.381) −0.422 (− 0.859, 0.014) −0.323 (− 0.755, 0.109)
  > 2500 INR Reference Reference Reference
  1. β (95% CI): Standard regression coefficients (β) and 95% confidence intervals
  2. R2 for factor 1 regression analysis = 13.7%, R2 for factor 2 regression analysis = 13.4%; R2 for factor 3 regression analysis = 15.1%
  3. P-value was < 0.01 for the associations highlighted in bold
  4. Factor 1: Enhanced Change Perceptions; Factor 2: Change in Life Skills; Factor 3: Enhanced change in Self-Confidence and financial literacy