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Table 7 Multiple OLS regressions

From: Are temporary work agencies stepping stones into regular employment?

Independent variable: TWA
  Full sample Non-western immigrants
  (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
OUTCOME YEAR P(Regular emp.) P(Unemployment) P(Employment) P(Regular emp.) P(Unemployment) P(Employment)
2003 -0.128*** -0.063*** 0.217*** -0.155*** -0.013 0.148***
  (0.016) (0.011) (0.015) (0.035) (0.027) (0.034)
2004 -0.094*** -0.018 0.121*** -0.105*** 0.026 0.073**
  (0.016) (0.011) (0.015) (0.035) (0.028) (0.034)
2005 -0.051*** -0.010 0.090*** -0.076** 0.004 0.061*
  (0.016) (0.011) (0.015) (0.036) (0.027) (0.034)
2006 -0.026* -0.072*** 0.095*** -0.035 -0.052* 0.062*
  (0.016) (0.013) (0.014) (0.036) (0.031) (0.033)
2007 -0.005 -0.078*** 0.104*** -0.021 -0.080*** 0.083***
  (0.015) (0.012) (0.013) (0.035) (0.030) (0.032)
2008 0.007 -0.013 0.089*** -0.039 0.010 0.051
  (0.015) (0.009) (0.013) (0.036) (0.024) (0.033)
Observations 26,111 26,111 26,111 5,628 5,628 5,628
Control variables YES YES YES YES YES YES
  1. Robust standard errors in parentheses.
  2. *** p < 0.01, ** p < 0.05, * p < 0.1.
  3. Control variables: Number of children over six different age groups, and dummies for: gender, world region of birth, parents born abroad, labor market region, educational level, marital status, year of arrival, age groups, social welfare benefit received current year. For non-western immigrants the dummies for parents born abroad and some of the world region of birth dummies were dropped due to collinearity.