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Table 2 Chances of being employed—entire sample

From: Unemployment among younger and older individuals: does conventional data about unemployment tell us the whole story?

Variable Model 1 Model 2
Coefficient (std. error) Coefficient (std. error)
C − 0.773*** (0.060) − 0.833*** (0.054)
Gender − 0.228*** (0.073) − 0.230*** (0.071)
Ages 18–24 0.237*** (0.073) 0.157** (0.068)
Ages 45–54 − 0.201* (0.107) − 0.210** (0.101)
Ages 55–59 − 1.051*** (0.132) − 0.948*** (0.140)
Educated 0.554*** (0.067)  
Vocational education   0.329*** (0.073)
Academic education   0.852*** (0.079)
Children − 0.184*** (0.041) − 0.164*** (0.041)
Ethnicity 0.146*** (0.042) 0.166*** (0.042)
Gender × ages 18–24 0.374*** (0.095) 0.305*** (0.093)
Gender × ages 25–29 0.419*** (0.099) 0.285*** (0.089)
Gender × ages 45–54 − 0.284** (0.136) − 0.296** (0.134)
Gender × ages 55–59 − 0.575*** (0.185) − 0.561*** (0.184)
Educated × ages 18–24 − 1.031*** (0.094)  
Educated × ages 25–29 − 0.469*** (0.098)  
Educated × ages 45–54 − 0.361*** (0.134)  
Vocational education × ages 18–24   − 0.274* (0.151)
Academic education × ages 18–24   − 0.535*** (0.202)
Academic education × ages 25–29   − 0.236* (0.129)
Academic education × ages 45–54   − 0.473*** (0.161)
Academic education × ages 55–59   − 0.358* (0.204)
  1. Dependent variable: being employed
  2. Included observations: 13,495
  3. p < 0.1, ** p < 0.05, *** p < 0.01