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Table 4. Marginal effect of risk factors on the probability of labour force participation, cardiovascular disease and diabetes: univariate regressions in males and females aged 25 and over

Males 25+

Females 25+

Marginal

p

Marginal

effect

effect

Participation

CVD

p

Diabetes

Marginal effect

p

Marginal

p

Marginal

effect

effect

Participation

CVD

p

Diabetes

Marginal effect

p

-0.143

0.000

-0.122

0.003

0.076

0.002

0.085

0.002

0.344

0.000

-0.05

0.000

0.077

0.01

0.035

0.237

CVD

Diabetes

High school

University

Age

Age2

Married

Children

Treated hypertension

Lipid therapy

Sufficient exercise

Obesity

Current smoking

Parent diabetic

0.011

0.027

0.024

0.128

  • -

    0.001

0.01

0.007

-0.029

0.726

-0.109

0.001

0.122

0.039

0.224

0.000

0.924

0.000

-0.115

0.000

-0.067

0.058

-0.143

0.002

0.177

0.000

0.035

0.000

0.023

0.098

0.024

0.000

0.021

0.000

0.025

0.019

0.072

0.018

-0.014

0.146

0.007

0.301

0.008

0.397

0.878

-0.012

0.177

0.059

0.059

0.000

0.334

0.024

0.098

0.036

0.003

-0.005

0.345

0.06

0

-0.009

0.316

0.035

0.002

0.020

0.000

Prob.(LFP=1|CVD=1,Diab=1) - P(LFP=1|CVD=0,Diab=0)

0.289

0.000

  • -

    0.322

0.000

CVD=Cardiovascular disease p is statistical significance (prob. t > critical value)

Chronic disease and labour force participation in Australia: an endogenous multivariate probit analysis of clinical prevalence data

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