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Table 6 Determinants of happiness as obtained from multiple linear regressions analysis*

From: Happiness, quality of working life, and job satisfaction among nurses working in emergency departments in Iran

  Coefficients Collinearity diagnostics
Unstandardized B SE Standardized B 95%CI for B P value Tolerance Variance inflation factor
Economic status 4.510 2.069 0.129 0.435 to 8.584 0.030 0.952 1.640
Quality of Work Life        
Adequate and fair compensation − 0.094 0.378 − 0.018 − 0.838 to 0.650 0.804 0.610 1.640
Safe and healthy environment 0.049 0.330 0.012 − 0.601 to 0.698 0.883 0.522 1.915
Development of human capacities 0.183 0.319 0.041 − 0.444 to 0.810 0.566 0.671 1.490
Growth and security 0.007 0.412 0.001 − 0.805 to 0.819 0.987 0.649 1.540
Social integration − 0.057 0.370 − 0.011 − 0.785 to 0.671 0.877 0.632 1.582
Constitutionalism 0.640 0.402 0.125 − 0.152 to 1.432 0.113 0.539 1.854
Total life space − 0.297 0.490 − 0.046 − 1.262 to 0.667 0.544 0.581 1.720
Social relevance − 0.179 0.302 − 0.044 − 0.773 to 0.415 0.553 0.613 1.631
Job Satisfaction        
Satisfaction with Information 0.199 0.190 0.068 − 0.175 to 0.574 0.295 0 .806 1.241
Satisfaction with Variety 0.044 0.203 0.018 − 0.355 to 0.444 0.827 0.501 1.995
Satisfaction with Closure 1.187 0.451 0.217 0.298 to 2.076 0.009 0.492 2.034
Satisfaction with Pay 0.506 0.407 0.099 − 0.296 to 1.307 0.215 0.531 1.883
  1. *All significant findings from correlation analyses were entered into stepwise regression analysis where happiness was treated as dependent variable. This table presents the final results