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Table 6 Summary of logistic regression results, by model, of predictors reporting the student group

From: Tertiary students’ perceptions of hospitality careers in Vietnam

# Dimension/Statement B (SE) p 95.0% CI for odds ratio
Lower Odds ratio Upper
Industry-person congeniality
2 Personality well suited jobs − .61 (.21) .004 .36 .54 .82
5 Work pleasure .63 (.21) .003 1.24 1.87 2.84
7 Pleased to satisfy customers − .54 (.27) .042 .34 .58 .98
9 Pleased to serve tourists − .50 (.21) .015 .41 .61 .91
Pay/promotion opportunities
4 Satisfactory promotion .70 (.28) .011 1.18 2.02 3.46
6 RExperience-based promotion .46 (.20) .023 1.07 1.58 2.35
8 RInconsistent promotion .54 (.21) .009 1.14 1.72 2.58
Commitment
1 ROutweigh of disadvantages .69 (.20) .001 1.34 2.00 2.99
4 Wanting hospitality work after graduation 1.198 (.32) .000 1.80 3.31 6.10
5 RNo plan for hospitality work − .67 (.20) .001 .35 .51 .76
Co-workers
4 Easy making friend with − .27(.27) .000 .17 .28 .48
5 Easy getting along with .85(.27) .002 1.38 2.34 3.98
Managers
4 RWith no hospitality background .60 (.22) .006 1.19 1.82 2.78
Social status
3 Family pride .77 (.21) .000 1.43 2.16 3.25
  1. R2= .823 (Nagelkerke), .601 (Cox & Snell); Hosmer and Lemeshow test significance p < .001; Classification accuracy = 95.5%; R reversed coding item