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Table 2 Analysis of Respondent’s Socio-demographic Characteristics as a Predictors of Organizational Commitment

From: Predictors of organizational commitment among university nursing Faculty of Kathmandu Valley, Nepal

      n = 197
Socio- demographic Characteristics Organizational Commitment p-value a AOR 95% CI
Low and Moderate Level High Level
N (%) N (%)
Age Group
 Up to 30 years b 48 (82.8) 10 (17.2)  
  > 30 years 92 (66.2) 47 (33.8) .278 1.861 [0.606, 5.714]
Marital Status
 Marriedb 22 (84.6) 4 (15.4)  
 Unmarried 118 (69.0) 53 (31.0) .482 1.598 [0.432, 5.905]
Higher Education in Nursing
 Bachelor b 67 (75.3) 22 (24.7)  
 Master 73 (67.6) 35 (32.4) .031c 3.743 [1.129, 12.410]
Higher Education Besides Nursing
 Nob 88 (74.6) 30 (25.4)  
 Yes 52 (65.8) 27 (34.2) .465 1.348 [0.605, 3.004]
Position
 Assistant Instructor to Assistant Lecturer 54 (70.1) 23 (29.9) .022c 0.242 [0.072, 0.816]
 Lecturer to Professor Levelb 86 (71.7) 34 (28.3)  
Type of Appointment
 Temporary/Contract b 89 (84.0) 17 (16.0)  
 Permanent 51 (56.0) 40 (44.0) .000c 4.542 [1.960, 10.525]
  1. Note. a: p-value obtained from binary logistic regression. b = reference category. c = p-value significant at ≤0.05 level. AOR Adjusted Odds Ratio
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