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Statistics Canada - Government of Canada
Table 2  Commuters who like their jobs are more likely to enjoy commuting
  Model 11 Model 2
Dislikes or greatly dislikes Likes or greatly likes Dislikes or greatly dislikes Likes or greatly likes
Predicted probability Predicted probability
Assessment of paid job
Greatly dislikes
64
10
64
10
Dislikes
48
18
48
17
Neutral
39
24
38
24
Likes
25
37
25
37
Greatly likes
10
64
10
64
Sex
Woman
25
37
25
37
Man
n. s.
n. s.
n. s.
n. s.
Age group
15 to 24 years
34
28
34
28
25 to 34 years
26
36
26
36
35 to 44 years
26
37
25
37
45 to 54 years
22
42
21
42
55 years and over
21
43
21
43
Language
English
26
37
26
36
French
n. s.
n. s.
n. s.
n. s.
Highest level of schooling attained
Less than secondary
22
42
22
41
Secondary diploma
n. s.
n. s.
n. s.
n. s.
College or trade/technical diploma
26
36
26
36
University degree
28
34
27
35
Immigrant status
Born in Canada
26
36
26
36
Arrived before 1980
27
36
26
36
Arrived between 1980 and 2005
21
43
20
43
Main activity in previous 12 months
Paid employment
25
38
25
38
Self employment
29
33
28
33
Other
n. s.
n. s.
n. s.
n. s.
1. Model 1 does not account for duration of commute.
n. s. : not statistically different from the reference category in italics.
Source: Statistics Canada, General Social Survey, 2005.