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Table 3 Chances of being employed—males and females separately

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

  Males Females   
Included observations 5508 7986   
Variable Model 1 Model 2 Model 1 Model 2
Coefficient (std. error) Coefficient (std. error) Coefficient (std. error) Coefficient (std. error)
C − 0.744*** (0.073) − 0.733*** (0.044) − 0.766*** (0.073) − 0.869*** (0.071)
Married 0.422*** (0.093) 0.381*** (0.083) − 0.183*** (0.068) − 0.252*** (0.069)
Divorced/widowed − 0.321* (0.164) − 0.326** (0.159)   
Ages 18–24 0.167* (0.094)   0.446*** (0.084) 0.286*** (0.073)
Ages 45–54 − 0.245** (0.121) − 0.376*** (0.099) − 0.670*** (0.089) − 0.614*** (0.089)
Ages 55–59 − 1.122*** (0.137) − 1.103*** (0.136) − 1.645*** (0.133) − 1.620*** (0.132)
Educated 0.268** (0.106)   0.546*** (0.072)  
Educated × ages 18–24 − 0.726*** (0.150)   − 1.042*** (0.112)  
Educated × ages 25–29 − 0.292** (0.133)   − 0.204** (0.101)  
Educated × ages 45–54 − 0.406* (0.212)    
Vocational education   0.360*** (0.123)   0.263*** (0.088)
Academic education   0.182** (0.90)   0.922*** (0.073)
Children − 0.215*** (0.069) − 0.176*** (0.067) − 0.209*** (0.060) − 0.168*** (0.059)
Ethnicity     0.115** (0.059)
Ethnicity × ages 18–24 0.313*** (0.106) 0.337*** (0.100)   
Ethnicity × ages 25–29    0.411*** (0.128) 0.289** (0.132)
Vocational education × ages 18–24   − 0.602** (0.264)   
Vocational education × ages 25–29     0.381** (0.183)
Academic education × ages 18–24     − 0.484** (0.242)
  1. Dependent variable: being employed
  2. p < 0.1, ** p < 0.05, *** p < 0.01