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Table 8 Estimates of the employment equation, robustness checks

From: Employment chances of immigrants and their children in Germany: does sense of personal control matter?

β D Full age range (17–64) 10 items
Intercept 1.75** −1:55**
  (1.16,2.36) (−2.58,−0.52)
Age −0.03** 0.03**
  (−0.03,−0.03) (0.01,0.05)
Gender −0.46** −0.57**
  (−0.53,−0.39) (−0.71,−0.43)
Immigrant −0.24** −0.30**
  (−0.37,−0.10) (−0.58,−0.00)
Second generation −0.24** −0.07
  (−0.37,−0.10) (−0.27,0.13)
Low education −0.25** −0.40**
  (−0.34,−0.15) (−0.59,−0.21)
High education 0.43** 0.29**
  (0.34,0.51) (0.11,0.45)
Marital status 0.15** 0.07
  (0.07,0.23) (−0.09,0.23)
Children under 16 0.05 0.27**
  (−0.03,0.13) (0.12,0.42)
LOC 0.18** 0.09**
  (0.05,0.14) (0.07,0.28)
  1. Note: 95 % Bayesian confidence intervals in brackets. These intervals contain 95 % of the posterior probability. If this interval contains 0, the effect measured by the parameter estimate is insignificant
  2. **Significance at the 95 % confidence level