Thanks for taking a look at this.

**Regression Statistics**

- Multiple R 0.908734206
- R Square 0.825797856
- Adjusted R Square 0.824730441
- Standard Error 0.111438927
- Observations 822

I'm looking at a group of employees that either resigned or remained active with our company. My Y is just based off dummy variables (0 for active, and 1 for resigned).

**Is this an incorrect way to set up my regression?**

To get an idea of my X variables:

Coefficients

- Intercept = 0.438122425
- Rate to Mkt = 0.786883997
- Last Merit = -0.048438063
- Age = -0.002198365
- Grade Norm = -0.001754669
- Service = -0.004530844

It just seems that there shouldn't be such a stark difference between my results for active and resigned employees. It seems a little too clear, right?

Thanks again,

David