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Table 4 Financial satisfaction. Estimation of odds ratio (OR), 95% confidence interval (C.I), and p-value from longitudinal random effects model

From: Multidimensional construct of life satisfaction in older adults in Korea: a six-year follow-up study

Covariate Reference category OR 95% CI p-value
Sex Female vs Male 1.406 1.201 – 1.647 <0.0001
Education Elementary vs No education 1.139 0.958 – 1.353 0.141
  Middle or more vs No education 1.919 1.574 – 2.340 <0.0001
House type Apartment vs Detached House 1.323 1.140 – 1.536 <0.0001
  Others vs Detached House 0.698 0.558 – 0.872 0.0002
Household composition Couple vs Single 1.628 1.351 - 1.962 <0.0001
  Others vs Single 1.213 1.005 - 1.463 0.044
Physical health Good vs Poor 1.747 1.514 – 2.016 <0.0001
Mental health Good vs Poor 2.421 2.134 – 2.746 <0.0001
Financial stress −100% - 0% vs ≥ 0% 0.652 0.576 – 0.739 <0.0001
  < -100% vs ≥ 0% 0.597 0.492 – 0.724 <0.0001
Age by Residential areaa rural/age 65–69 vs urban/age 65–69 1.705 1.390 – 2.093 <0.0001
  rural/age 70–74 vs urban/age 70–74 1.209 0.942 – 1.553 0.268
  rural/age 75–79 vs urban/age 75–79 0.763 0.540 – 1.078 0.071
  rural/age ≥ 80 vs urban/age ≥ 80 0.893 0.590 – 1.351 0.277
  urban/age 75–79 vs urban/age 65–69 1.975 1.452 – 2.686 <0.0001
  urban/age ≥ 80 vs urban/age 65–69 2.108 1.476 – 3.009 <0.0001
  rural/age 70–74 vs urban/age 65–69 1.868 1.485 – 2.350 <0.0001
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