Influencing Factors Study on Elderly Employment Status

Xiuyun GONG

Abstract


The elderly employment is an important influence on old people life and the work. Using sampling survey data of the 16 boroughs of Beijing, this paper analyses the elderly employment influencing factor. Through the cross table it describes the basic features of the employment of the elderly, then tests significance of each factor by the multi-variable logistic regression, finding age, gender, health status and pension are significant variables, the number of children, educational level of re-employment are not significant variables.


Keywords


Elderly employment; Logistic regression model; Total population; Influencing factor study; Health condition

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6126

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