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Table 4 Respondent’s Having Economically Dependent Family Members, Perceived Faculty Developmental Opportunity, JS and POS as Predictors of OC

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

      n = 197
Variables Organizational Commitment p-valuea AOR 95% CI
Low and Moderate Level High Level
No. (%) No. (%)
Having Economically Dependent Family Members
 Yesb 78 (77.2) 23 (22.8)  
 No 62 (64.6) 34 (35.4) .080 2.001 [0.921, 4.345]
Perceived Faculty Developmental Opportunity
 Neutral and Unfavorable Perceptionb 73 (84.9) 13 (15.1)  
 Having Favorable Perception 67 (60.4) 44 (39.6) .270 1.713 [0.658, 4.457]
Job Satisfaction (JS)
 Dissatisfaction and Ambivalenceb 105 (80.8) 25 (19.2)  
 Satisfaction 35 (52.2) 32 (47.8) .032c 2.608 [1.087, 6.255]
Perceived Organizational Support (POS)
 Lowb 84 (80.0) 21 (20.0)  
 High 56 (60.9) 36 (39.1) .481 1.189 [0.735, 1.922]
  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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