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Table 2 Results from multiple linear regressions on contribution of socio-demographic correlates and daily working hours on the dependent variables

From: Self-reported actual and desired proportion of sitting, standing, walking and physically demanding tasks of office employees in the workplace setting: do they fit together?

  Difference sitting (n = 422) Difference standing (n = 422) Difference walking (n = 422) Difference physically demanding tasks (n = 422)
B SE B β B SE B β B SE B β B SE B β
Gender − 5.64 10.59 − .03 1.06 6.04 .01 − .80 7.07 − .01 5.47 6.16 .05
Age − .06 .45 − .01 − .25 .26 − .05 .44 .30 .07 − .12 .26 − .02
Education 7.10 5.59 .06 − 3.93 3.19 − .06 − .36 3.74 − .01 − 2.72 3.26 − .04
Income − 3.46 8.05 − .02 − .433 4.59 − .01 4.52 5.38 .04 − .74 4.68 − .01
Hours per workday 8.39 2.06 .20*** − 4.77 1.18  .20*** − 2.52 1.38 − .09 − 1.17 1.20 − .05
  Adj. R 2 = .036 Adj. R 2 = .039 Adj. R 2 = .002 Adj. R 2 = − .004
  1. B unstandardized beta; SE B standard error of beta; β standardized beta; *** p < 0.001
  2. Dependent variables: “difference self-reported actual - desired min/working day of sitting”, “difference self-reported actual - desired min/working day of standing”, “difference self-reported actual - desired min/working day of walking”, and “difference self-reported actual - desired min/working day of physically demanding tasks”