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Factors affecting perception of marriage needs including health related variables : In 20-30s unmarried workers

건강관련 변수를 포함하여 결혼 필요성 인식 영향 요인 : 20-30대 미혼남녀 근로자를 대상으로

  • Moon, Jong-Hoon (Dept. of Healthcare and Public Health Research, National Rehabilitation Research Institute, National Rehabilitation Center) ;
  • Kim, Ye-Soon (Dept. of Healthcare and Public Health Research, National Rehabilitation Research Institute, National Rehabilitation Center)
  • 문종훈 (국립재활원 재활연구소 건강보건연구과) ;
  • 김예순 (국립재활원 재활연구소 건강보건연구과)
  • Received : 2019.04.23
  • Accepted : 2019.07.20
  • Published : 2019.07.28

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to investigate the affecting factors on perception of marriage needs in 20-30s unmarried workers. This study used raw data from the survey on the actual social and economic conditions of the youth of 2016. Among the 2,534 subjects, 904 unmarried workers in their 20s and 30s were included in the analysis. Dependent variables were marriage needs, and independent variables were age, sex, height, weight, education level, monthly income, parents' economic level, and health-related variables were self-rate health, stress, regular exercise, and life satisfaction included. Statistical analysis was performed binominal logistic regression analysis. In results, there were no factors influencing perception of marriage needs in 20s men, and Education was a predictor in 20s women. In 30s men, the more regular exercise, the less the monthly income, the more positive the perception of marriage needs was. In the 30s women, the better the self-rate health, the more positive the perception of marriage needs was. These findings suggest that health may affect the marriage perception of 30s unmarried workers.

Keywords

Health;Marriage;Occupational Groups;Single person;Youth adult

Table 1. Sociodemographic characteristics and health related variables, life satisfaction in subjects

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Table 2. Factors affecting marriage needs in 20s men workers

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Table 3. Factors affecting marriage needs in 20s women workers

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Table 4. Factors affecting marriage needs in 30s men workers

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Table 5. Factors affecting marriage needs in 30s women workers

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