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Table 5 Marginal effects of the independent variables on SRH outcomes 1(Very bad) – 4 (Very good) for females (N = 12,611)

From: The effect of objective income and perceived economic resources on self-rated health

Independent variables 1 2 3 4
Age group 2 0.025*** (0.007) 0.214*** (0.017) − 0.049* (0.019) −0.191*** (0.011)
Age group 3 0.075*** (0.015) 0.403*** (0.023) −0.270*** (0.023) −0.208*** (0.008)
Income (quintile) −0.001 (0.001) −0.011 ** (0.004) 0.016 *** (0.004) −0.004 (0.002)
Educational level 2 −0.017*** (0.002) −0.071*** (0.009) 0.031*** (0.004) 0.058*** (0.008)
Educational level 3 −0.023*** (0.003) −0.141*** (0.012) 0.083*** (0.011) 0.082*** (0.010)
Educational level 4 −0.024*** (0.003) −0.185*** (0.012) 0.064*** (0.016) 0.144*** (0.016)
Chronic disease 0.177*** (0.007) 0.277*** (0.010) −0.274*** (0.010) −0.179*** (0.006)
Region central −0.012*** (0.003) −0.038*** (0.010) 0.056*** (0.011) −0.006 (0.007)
Region south −0.002 (0.002) −0.009 (0.008) 0.005 (0.004) 0.007 (0.006)
Perc. Econ. Res. Scarce −0.007 * (0.003) −0.029 * (0.013) 0.014 * (0.006) 0.023 * (0.010)
Perc. Econ. Res. Adequate −0.029 *** (0.005) −0.072 *** (0.015) 0.068 *** (0.013) 0.034 ** (0.010)
Perc. Econ. Res. Very good −0.024 *** (0.003) −0.130 *** (0.017) 0.015 (0.008) 0.139 *** (0.026)
Employed −0.021*** (0.004) −0.013 (0.012) 0.038** (0.013) −0.004 (0.008)
Retired 0.001 (0.003) 0.028 (0.015) 0.013 (0.017) −0.041*** (0.012)
Unemployed −0.004 (0.003) −0.014 (0.012) 0.007 (0.005) 0.011 (0.009)
  1. Perc. Econ. Res. refers to perceived economic resources; * p < 0.10, ** p < 0.05, *** p < 0.01