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Table 10 Association between mortality risk and socioeconomic characteristics

From: Life expectancy inequalities in the elderly by socioeconomic status: evidence from Italy

  Coefficient Exp(coef) SE Pr(>|z|)
Unmarried 0.1380 1.1479 0.1244 0.2673
Separated −0.1913 0.8259 0.2751 0.4869
Divorced 0.4657 1.5931 0.2861 0.1035
Widowed 0.0785 1.0817 0.1027 0.4444
North-East 0.2076** 1.2308 0.1018 0.0413
North-West 0.1930* 1.2129 0.0989 0.0509
South & Islands 0.0265 1.0269 0.0902 0.7688
Self-employed −0.3066*** 0.7360 0.1008 0.0024
Farmer −0.2600** 0.7711 0.1025 0.0112
Edu. lower secondary −0.2263** 0.7975 0.1126 0.0444
Edu. upper secondary 0.0951 1.0998 0.1051 0.3654
Medium ab. to make ends meet −0.1691** 0.8444 0.0752 0.0244
High ab. to make ends meet −0.575*** 0.5626 0.1880 0.0022
  1. Model stratified by cohorts, gender, and typology of pension. Model 4c
  2. Reference categories are: “Married” for marital status, “Center” for geographical area of residence, “Employee (blue+white collar)” for former occupational status, “Primary or none” for educational level, “Low ability” for household financial situation. Significance legend: (***) = 99%; (**) = 95%; (*) = 90%. Source: elaborations on AD-SILC data