I need some help here. I've got the following table explaining workplace turnover:

..............B(hat) se
Gender -0.01 0.55
Age -0.01 0.03
Job satisfaction -0.12 0.08

So, workplace turnover is coded as 1 for those who change jobs, and job satisfaction is measured on an interval scale coded from 0 = very unsatisfied to 10 = very satisfied.

I am supposed to make a 95% confidence interval for job satisfaction. However, I am not quite sure what to do.
I have made this so far:

That is basically correct. However, if you have a small number of observations (say less than 120 or so) you should probably use the t-distribution rather than the normal distribution.

As a side note, you might want to retrieve the estimated coefficient and standard error as R variables and then use those variables in the formula rather than retyping the values. You'll get very slightly more accurate answers.