|Relationship between mean neighbourhood unemployment rate and months under high residential turnover during observation time|
|Whole Sample, N = 2873||Low-income, N = 735||Less educated, N = 334||Socially isolated, N = 215||Non-movers, N = 2317||Movers, N = 556|
|Neighbourhood unemployment rate * months under high residential turnover||0.273**||0.294**||0.364**||0.313**||0.274**||0.253**|
Shown are nonparametric correlations, with two-sided levels of significance, p < 0.01, in the whole sample and in the subgroups.
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