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Table 3 Divorce model: dual earner households: marginal effects of distance measures

From: Dissimilar occupations and marital stability

  Probit
Dependent variable: divorce (=1) 1 2
Overall Distance 0.0328 -
  (0.0266) -
Ability Distance - 0.1244
  - (0.1040)
Activities Distance - 0.1623**
  - (0.0749)
Skills Distance - 0.0755
  - (0.0895)
Knowledge Distance - −0.1972***
  - (0.0617)
Household-Year Pairs 4141 4141
Includes Controls Yes Yes
Includes Occupation Indicators (Both Spouses) Yes Yes
Log Likelihood −629.43 −622.38
Pseudo R Squared 0.1046 0.1146
  1. *p < 0.1; **p < 0.05; ***p < 0.01. All standard errors are cluster robust. Marginal effects refer to the effect on the probability of dissolution (y = 1). In the interest of brevity, the coefficient estimates on other covariates are relegated to a table in the Additional file 1: Appendix.