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Table 2 Correlation coefficients of professional identity, job satisfaction, burnout, and turnover intention

From: Association of professional identity, job satisfaction and burnout with turnover intention among general practitioners in China: evidence from a national survey

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Professional identity
 1. Professional value 1           
 2. Professional efficacy 0.600** 1          
Job satisfaction
 3. Basic demand 0.203** 0.204** 1         
 4. Relationship 0.344** 0.282** 0.675** 1        
 5. Personal development 0.196** 0.198** 0.639** 0.669** 1       
Burnout
 6. Personal accomplishment 0.364** 0.207** 0.092** 0.200** 0.109** 1      
 7. Depersonalization −0.286** −0.162** −0.219** −0.282** −0.194** −0.235** 1     
 8. Emotional exhaustion −0.171** −0.054** −0.340** −0.376** −0.283** − 0.071** 0.536** 1    
Turnover intention
 9. TIS-I −0.179** − 0.131** − 0.448** − 0.411** −0.407** − 0.132** 0.313** 0.409** 1   
 10. TIS-II −0.061** − 0.005 − 0.228** − 0.175** −0.217** − 0.152** 0.051** 0.141** 0.466** 1  
 11. TIS-III −0.172** −0.124** − 0.363** −0.344** − 0.326** −0.114** 0.308** 0.374** 0.764** 0.429** 1
  1. Note: **: p < 0.001
  2. TIS-I Turnover intention scale-I; TIS-II Turnover intention scale- II; TIS-III Turnover intention scale- III