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Table 5 Stepwise multiple linear regression for factors predicting the sleep disorders JESQ score among Egyptian male public officials

From: The prevalence and determining factors of sleep disorders vary by gender in the Egyptian public officials: a large cross-sectional study

Variables Male public officials
B SE 95% CI Standardized β
Age  − 0.03 0.01  − 0.05, − 0.01  − 0.09
Residence 0.52 0.18 0.16, 0.87 0.58
Body mass index 0.02 0.01 0.01, 0.04 0.02
Education  − 0.03 0.01  − 0.05, − 0.004  − 0.07
Extra job 0.55 0.18 0.20, 0.91 0.08
Worksite social support  − 0.82 0.20  − 1.21, − 0.43  − 0.12
Family social support  − 0.57 0.20  − 0.97, − 0.18  − 0.08
Chronic disease history 0.77 0.20 0.38, 1.17 0.10
Depression history 1.95 0.32 1.34, 2.56 0.16
  1. The stepwise linear regression started with a model including age, residence, education, occupation, household income, smoking, physical activity, marital status, spouse employment, family type, number of family members, number of minor family members, job hours, shift work, extra job, job demands, job control, worksite social support, family social support, chronic disease history, and history of depression
  2. The R2 of the final model = 0.39