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Table 7 Pooling of treatments and no complementarity

From: The impact of soft skills training on female youth employment: evidence from a randomized experiment in Jordan

  Employed Monthly income
Assigned to voucher only 0.395*** (0.035) 64.453*** (5.802)
Assigned to soft skills only 0.029 (0.030) 5.227 (4.779)
Assigned to both voucher and soft skills 0.402*** (0.036) 65.593*** (5.911)
Voucher only*follow-up 2 −0.360*** (0.039) −56.869*** (6.799)
Voucher only*follow-up 3 −0.379*** (0.043) −57.665*** (8.443)
Soft Skills only*follow-up 2 −0.013 (0.034) −3.604 (5.643)
Soft skills only*follow-up 3 0.005 (0.039) 3.855 (7.625)
Both voucher and soft skills*follow-up 2 −0.387*** (0.039) −60.827*** (6.626)
Both voucher and soft skills*follow-up 3 −0.353*** (0.043) −46.807*** (8.793)
Follow-up 2 0.032 (0.021) 12.340*** (3.520)
Follow-up 3 0.073*** (0.025) 20.900*** (4.625)
Control mean in first follow-up 0.178 0.178
Sample size 3759 3721
p value for testing no effect of soft skills training 0.689 0.484
p value for equality of voucher only and both 0.542 0.306
  1. Notes: Robust standard errors in parentheses, clustered at the student level. All regressions control for stratification dummies
  2. *, **, and *** denote significance at 10, 5, and 1 % levels, respectively