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    Summary Report: Number and Type of Responses Suggested citation:  American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. (2008). Your job…your career 2007  .  Summary report: Number and type of responses . Rockville, MD: Author.   ASHA 2007 Your Job…Your Career Summary Report 1    American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Your Job…Your Career 2007 Survey Results Probability (nonreplacement) sampling using a stratified systematic technique was used to select a sample of 3,913  ASHA constituents for the 2007 Job and Career Satisfaction Survey. Certified audiologists were oversampled in order to have sufficient numbers of respondents from that constituency. A 43.2%  response rate was obtained ( n  = 1,593 completed surveys and 229 undeliverable, retired, or not working in the field). Completed surveys were received from 695 audiologists and 898 speech-language pathologists. In addition, an experiment comparing Web and mail modes was built into this survey, with the response rates from the Web mode ( n  = 548) being approximately half that of the mail mode ( n  = 1,045). Weighting was used throughout this report to account for the disproportionality in both certification and mode. Responses from audiologists and speech-language pathologists, for instance, were weighted to adjust representation from both groups to their actual proportion within the Association. For example, 861 speech-language pathologists and 678 audiologists responded to Question 1; however, the weighted n s (1,386 and 173, respectively) are displayed in the table. Specific details about the weights can be found in the Appendix. Data are not reported for cells with fewer than 25 responses. Tests of statistical significance are presented where appropriate. Further information is available from Jeanette Janota at  jjanota@asha.org or 301-296-8738.  ASHA SERVICES AND PROGRAMS   1. In your opinion, what kind of job is the Association doing in serving its members? (Percentages, weighted)   Total ( n  = 1,559) CCC-SLP ( n  = 1,386) CCC-A ( n  = 173) Response 2.6 2.44.0Poor 26.6 24.642.8Fair 60.2 61.350.9Good 10.6 11.72.3Excellent Statistical significance  Χ  2  = 36.2, df   = 3, p  = .000 , Cramer’s V = .152   ASHA 2007 Your Job…Your Career Summary Report 2   2. What do you value most about your ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-A or CCC-SLP)? Select UP TO TWO (2)   responses . [Percentages, weighted; column totals may exceed   100% because multiple responses were allowed.]   Total ( n  = 1,593) CCC-SLP ( n = 1,386) CCC-A ( n   ≥  172) Response 30.4 33.0 14.5Confidence in my skills and abilities to work with any population of clients Statistical significance  Χ  2  = 24.7, df   = 1, p  = .000 , Phi = .126 75.4 78.6 57.0Employability in any work setting (e.g., hospitals, schools, private practice) Statistical significance  Χ  2  = 39.3, df   = 1, p  = .000 , Phi = .159 25.3 23.8 39.3Enhanced mobility (e.g., getting licensed in other states) Statistical significance  Χ  2  = 19.4, df   = 1, p  = .000 , Phi = .112 12.3 13.6 4.7Increased revenue/earning power (e.g., eligibility for salary enhancements, third party reimbursements) Statistical significance  Χ  2  = 11.1, df   = 1, p  = .001 , Phi = .084 7.1 5.6 19.8More opportunities for supervision Statistical significance  Χ  2  = 45.9, df   = 1, p  = .000 , Phi = .172 24.6 24.9 18.0Prestige and status (e.g., consumer trust, recognition by peers) Statistical significance  Χ  2  = 3.9, df   = 1, p  = .047 , Phi = .050 0.0 0.0 0.0I do not currently hold ASHA CCCs. EMPLOYMENT   3. Which one of the following best describes your employment status? (Percentages, weighted) Total ( n  = 1,578) CCC-SLP ( n  = 1,380) CCC-A ( n  = 167) Response 75.8 76.6 83.8Employed full-time 22.2 23.4 16.2Employed part-time 1.5 Not employed or on leave of absence (SKIP to Q. 8.) 0.5 Retired (SKIP to Q. 8.) Statistical significance  Χ  2  = 4.5, df   = 1, p  = .035 , Phi = .054   ASHA 2007 Your Job…Your Career Summary Report 3 4. Although you may perform more than one job function, select the one position that best describes how you spend most of your time. [Employed full- or part-time] (Percentages, weighted)   Total ( n  = 1,546) CCC-SLP ( n  = 1,379) CCC-A ( n  = 166) Response 78.2 79.0 71.7Clinical service provider (includes all direct services to clients/patients, including those in regular classrooms) 8.9 8.8 9.6Educator 0.7 0.3 3.6Researcher 1.8 1.7 2.4Consultant 9.9 9.8 10.8Administrator/director/chair/supervisor 0.5 0.4 1.8Other Statistical significance Too many cells (25%) have expected count less than 5.  5. For how many total years have you performed this type of function? [Regardless of employment situation] (Weighted) Total ( n  = 1,554) CCC-SLP ( n  = 1,387) CCC-A ( n  = 166) Years 16.4 16.516.0Mean 9.0 8.99.6Standard deviation 9.0 9.07.825th percentile 15.0 15.015.050th percentile (median) 24.0 24.023.475th percentile 8 10.030.0Mode Statistical significance F   = 0.501, df =  1, 1551,  p =  .479 6. Although you may work in several types of facilities, select the one facility that best describes where you work most of the time. [Employed full- or part-time] (Percentages, weighted) Total ( n  = 1,533) CCC-SLP ( n  = 1,367) CCC-A ( n  = 165) Response 48.0 52.3 12.1School 6.9 6.1 13.9College/university 13.0 12.4 18.8Hospital 5.7 6.3 0.6Residential health care facility 23.8 20.8 48.5Nonresidential health care facility, including speech-language pathologist’s, audiologist’s, or physician’s offices and clinics 2.6 2.1 6.1Other Statistical significance  Χ  2  = 131.9, df   = 5, p  = .000 , Cramer’s V = .293     ASHA 2007 Your Job…Your Career Summary Report 4  7. For how many total years have you worked in this type of facility? [Regardless of employment situation] (Weighted) Total ( n  = 1,546) CCC-SLP ( n  = 1,380) CCC-A ( n  = 166) Years 13.6 13.513.9Mean 8.7 8.79.0Standard deviation 6.0 6.06.025th percentile 12.0 12.012.050th percentile (median) 20.0 19.020.575th percentile 5.0 5.06.0Mode Statistical significance F   = 0.361, df =  1, 1544,  p =  .548 Please distinguish between your “career” and your “job.” Define CAREER as your choice of occupation (e.g., SLP, audiologist, teacher, researcher). Define JOB  as your work situation (e.g., diagnostician at x clinic, therapist in y school). CAREER SATISFACTION   8. Approximately how old were you when you decided on a career in the speech-language-hearing profession? [Regardless of employment situation] (Weighted) Total ( n  = 1,577) CCC-SLP ( n  = 1,407) CCC-A ( n  = 171)  Age 20.8 20.721.7Mean 5.0 4.95.3Standard deviation 18.0 18.019.025th percentile 20.0 20.020.050th percentile (median) 22.0 21.023.075th percentile 20.0 20.020.0Mode Statistical significance F   = 6.3, df =  1, 1575,   p =  .012  
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