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Table 11 Psychometric predictors in different jobs

From: Criminal background and job performance

  (1) (2) (3) (4)
Involuntary separation Misconduct
Cust. serv. Sales Cust. serv. Sales
badservice 0.0804 0.1043*** 0.3750 0.1368
confidence 0.2671** 0.4113*** 0.4174* 0.6111***
rulebreaker1 −0.1445*** 0.0405 −0.5956** − 0.2786
open1 −0.1948*** − 0.0434 − 0.2687** 0.0364
open2 0.1609 −1.1571*** − 0.0995 14.7302
open3 −0.0069 0.0123 −0.0748 −0.0327
con1 −0.0191 0.0195 0.0318 0.1392*
con2 −0.0793 0.0078 −0.1947 0.2190*
con3 0.0038 −0.4028*** −0.0860 − 0.6501
extra1 0.0069 0.0991 −0.1024 −0.0701
extra2 −0.1113 0.0445 −0.0014 −0.0299
extra3 −0.1103 −0.0148 − 0.2488** −0.0299
agree1 0.0357 0.0577** −0.2636* −0.0063
agree2 0.0032 0.0561 0.3266* −0.0162
agree3 0.0386 −0.9510*** 0.3783 14.9843***
neur1 −0.0147 0.0203 0.0396 0.0650
neur2 −0.0045 0.0134 0.0333 −0.0472
neur3 −0.2422*** −0.0388 − 0.2821* −0.0660
Controls school, job stability, crim. rec., firm, location
Source Table 6 Table 6 Table 7 Table 7
cols 11–12 cols 7–8 cols 11–12 cols 7–8
  1. Sample contains only hired workers for whom information about criminal background is available. Standardized beta coefficients. t-statistics in parentheses. Robust standard errors
  2. *p < 0.10, **p < 0.05, ***p < .01