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it mean when you have a negative y-intercept in your regression equation? How do you interpert the negative number? How can I translate the following?...

What does it mean when you have a negative y-intercept in your regression equation?  How do you interpert the negative number? How can I translate the following? Multiple R 0.932160939
R Square 0.868924015
Adjusted R Square 0.868467305
Standard Error 302.1786621
Observations 289

ANOVA
df SS
Regression 1 173727334.6
Residual 287 26206527.87
Total 288 199933862.4

Coefficients Standard Error
Intercept -868.1847993 207.6435195
Employed 0.069821652 0.001600736

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