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Table 2 Model variables, definitions and data types

From: Work-family balance and the subjective well-being of rural women in Sichuan, China

VariableDefinition and assignmentMinMaxMeanSD
Explained variable
SWBsubjective well-being153.740.82
Explanatory variables
cognition of family-work role conflicts
  WIFwork-interfering-with-family conflict152.491.00
  FIWfamily-interfering-with-work conflict152.511.02
  CMCcoordination and management of conflicts153.470.98
  SFCselections after facing conflicts153.801.15
Control variable
Family burden
  OLDold in the household030.860.88
  CHIchild in the household030.370.59
  FAMTotal number of the family2125.971.81
Employment status
  WGOWhether go out to work121.580.49
  PLAplace of employment:
1 = in the county, 2 = in other counties of the province, 3 = in other provinces
131.370.73
  INDemployment industry: 0 = unemployment/staying at home, 1 = farming, 2 = the secondary industry, 3 = the tertiary industryI, 4 = the tertiary industryII041.691.39
  INCYearly income of rural female labors02.280.420.57
Personal characteristics
  EDUYears of education of rural female labors0156.244.24
  MARMAR = 1 for unmarried, MAR = 2 for married121.900.31
  AGEAges of rural women migrant laborers186444.9413.03
  1. Note: elderly individuals in the household were considered to be aged 65+ years; children in the household were classified as those aged 6 years and under