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Table 2 Differences in the Future Thinking Questionnaire subscales based on independent variables

From: How young adults imagine their future? The role of temperamental traits

Sample characteristics Frequency Mean of rank T-test and Chi-square Sig. FTQ scales
Gender Male 112 10.29 t(244) = −2.45 p < .01 Uncertainty
Female 134 11.48    
Age 20–25 years 115 14.97 t(244) = 1.95 p < .05 Persistence
26–30 years 131 14.11    
Education Diploma 112 136.79 Χ2(2) = 7.25 p < .02 Helplessness
Degree 111 111.75    
Graduate studies 23 115.50    
Employment status Students 92 124.13 Χ2(2) = 12.01 p < .002 Helplessness
NEET 81 141.94    
Workers 73 102.25    
Relationship status Single 106 112.06 Χ2(3) = 7.57 p < .05 Persistence
In a relationship 124 134.58    
Married 10 96.90    
Cohabitee 6 141.08    
  1. Bold statistically significant (higher) values