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Table 5 Job satisfaction

From: The impact of active mentorship: results from a survey of faculty in the Department of Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital

  Bivariate Analysis Multivariate Analysis b
Not satisfied,a
N (%)
Somewhat satisfied, N (%) Strongly satisfied, N (%) p-value OR 95% CI p-value
Gender
 Male 62 (21.8) 117 (41.2) 105 (37.0) 0.009 Ref   
 Female 63 (29.0) 101 (46.5) 53 (24.4)   0.48 0.30–0.77 0.002
Race
 Non-minority 115 (24.6) 204 (43.6) 149 (31.8) 0.96 Ref   
 Minority 8 (26.7) 13 (43.3) 9 (30.0)   1.08 0.44–2.63 0.86
Rank
 Instructor 63 (28.3) 93 (41.7) 67 (30.0) 0.002 Ref   
 Assistant Professor 45 (29.6) 69 (45.4) 38 (25.0)   0.88 0.52–1.50 0.63
 Associate Professor 10 (14.5) 35 (50.7) 24 (34.8)   1.30 0.65–2.60 0.46
 Professor 7 (12.5) 20 (35.7) 29 (51.8)   2.78 1.35–5.74 0.006
Pathway
 Investigator 48 (22.5) 89 (41.8) 76 (35.7) 0.37 Ref   
 Non-investigator 64 (24.6) 119 (45.8) 77 (29.6)   1.00 0.63–1.58 0.99
Mentorship Score
 Low (< 3) 27 (46.6) 21 (36.2) 10 (17.2) < 0.001 Ref   
 High (≥3) 37 (17.1) 92 (42.4) 88 (40.6)   3.91 1.77–8.63 < 0.001
 Previously had a mentor at MGH 17 (27.0) 25 (39.7) 21 (33.3)   1.88 0.73–4.85 0.19
 Never had a mentor at MGH 34 (33.0) 50 (48.5) 19 (18.4)   0.99 0.39–2.50 0.98
  1. aIncluded all responses of very unsatisfied, unsatisfied, or neither satisfied nor unsatisfied
  2. bOutcome of multivariate analysis: strongly satisfied