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Selected Findings from the 2007 AcademyHealth Salary Survey. AcademyHealth 2007 Annual Research Meeting June 4, 2007. Jean Moore, Director Center for Health Workforce Studies School of Public Health, SUNY at Albany http://chws.albany.edu. The Center for Health Workforce Studies.

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Jean moore director center for health workforce studies school of public health suny at albany

Selected Findings from the

2007 AcademyHealth Salary Survey

AcademyHealth 2007 Annual Research Meeting

June 4, 2007

Jean Moore, Director

Center for Health Workforce StudiesSchool of Public Health, SUNY at Albany

http://chws.albany.edu


The center for health workforce studies

The Center for Health Workforce Studies

  • Based at the School of Public Health at SUNY Albany

  • Conducts studies of the supply, demand, use and education of the health workforce

  • Committed to collecting and analyzing data to understand workforce dynamics and trends

  • Goal to inform public policies, the health and education sectors, and the public


Background

Background

  • AcademyHealth conducted first salary survey of its members in 2002

  • The 2nd salary survey of AcademyHealth members was conducted in 2007

  • Opportunity to:

    • Compare changes over the past 5 years

    • Learn more about factors that influence the members’ salaries


Response rates 2007

Response Rates, 2007

  • 3,547 members as of February 1st

  • 3,415 (96.3%) with valid e-mails on file

  • 1,317 responses

    • 38.6% Response Rate

    • 37.1% of Membership

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Respondents by gender 2007

Respondents by Gender, 2007

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Respondents by age 2002 2007

Respondents by Age, 2002 & 2007

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Race ethnicity of 2007 respondents compared to the u s population

Race/Ethnicity of 2007 Respondents Compared to the U.S. Population

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Regional distribution of respondents 2002 and 2007

Regional Distribution of Respondents, 2002 and 2007

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


2007 respondents by highest degree reported

2007 Respondentsby Highest Degree Reported

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Fields of study for master s degrees 2007

Fields of Study for Master’s Degrees, 2007

Note: Reflects all master’s degrees, not only highest degree.

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Fields of study for non clinical doctorates 2007

Fields of Study for Non-Clinical Doctorates, 2007

Note: Reflects all non-clinical doctorates, including those held by respondents who also have a clinical doctorate.

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Fields of study for clinical doctorates 2007

Fields of Study for Clinical Doctorates, 2007

Note: Reflects all clinical doctorates, including those held by respondents who also have a non-clinical doctorate.

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Current employment setting

Current Employment Setting

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Median salary of respondents by employment setting 2002 and 2007 1 000s

Median Salary of Respondents by Employment Setting, 2002 and 2007 (1,000s)

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Growth in earnings of respondents by setting compared to all workers

Growth in Earnings of Respondents (by Setting) Compared to All Workers

Academy Health Members, 2002-2007

2001-2006

Source for data on median earnings of all workers: US Bureau of Labor Statistics

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Median academic salary by title rank 2007 1 000s

Median Academic Salary by Title/Rank, 2007 ($1,000s)

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Median private sector salary by setting 1 000s

Median Private Sector Salary by Setting ($1,000s)

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Private sector salary growth between 2002 and 2007

Private Sector Salary Growth Between 2002 and 2007

  • High salary growth

    • Health policy centers (+50%)

    • Health care delivery organizations (+36%)

  • Moderate salary growth

    • Health plan/insurer (+27%)

    • Foundations (+22%)

  • Low salary growth

    • Consulting firms (+12%)

    • Research organizations (+12%)

    • Pharmaceutical/Biotech (+11%)

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Median salary by highest degree attained and employment setting 1 000s

Median Salary by Highest Degree Attained and Employment Setting ($1,000s)

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Median salary growth by highest degree and setting between 2002 and 2007

Median Salary Growth by Highest Degree and Setting between 2002 and 2007

  • Highest growth

    • Master’s degree in private settings (+27%)

    • Clinical doctorate in private settings (+21%)

  • Moderate growth

    • Non-clinical doctorate in private settings (+18%)

    • Non-clinical doctorate in academic settings (+17%)

    • Clinical doctorates in government settings (+15%)

  • Low growth

    • Master’s degree in government settings (+5%)

    • Non-clinical doctorate in government settings (+7%)

    • Clinical doctorates in academic settings (+7%)

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Median full time salary by employment setting and gender 2007 1 000s

Median Full-Time Salary by Employment Setting and Gender, 2007 ($1,000s)

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Jean moore director center for health workforce studies school of public health suny at albany

Salary Growth For Women Between 2002 and 2007

  • Government

    • Women’s salaries increased slightly more than men’s (+11% versus +7%)

    • Women earned 87% of men in 2002 and 90% of men in 2007

  • Private

    • Men’s and women’s salaries grew at comparable rates (+25% and +24%)

    • Women earned 79% of men in both 2002 and 2007

  • Academic

    • Women’s salaries have gone up more than male (+18% versus +7%)

    • Women earned 74% of men in 2002, but 82% of men in 2007

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Median 2007 salary by gender and highest degree 1 000s

Median 2007 Salary by Gender and Highest Degree ($1,000s)

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Median 2007 academic salary by gender 1 000s

Median 2007 Academic Salary by Gender ($1,000s)

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Median salary by race ethnicity 2007 1 000s

Median Salary by Race/Ethnicity, 2007 ($1,000s)

Underrepresented minorities (URMs) include Black/African-Americans, Hispanic/Latinos, and Native American/American Indians

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Job satisfaction in 2007 satisfaction with current occupation profession

Job Satisfaction in 2007: Satisfaction with Current Occupation/Profession

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Average importance of factors that influence job satisfaction 2007

Average Importance of Factors that Influence Job Satisfaction, 2007

Importance rated on a scale of 1 (least important) to 5 (most important)

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Academic job satisfaction in 2007

Academic Job Satisfaction in 2007

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Private setting job satisfaction in 2007

Private Setting Job Satisfaction in 2007

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Likelihood of initiating a job search in the next year by employment setting 2007

Likelihood of Initiating a Job Search in the Next Year by Employment Setting, 2007

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Predictors of hourly earnings

Predictors of Hourly Earnings

  • Regression results

    • Predicts earnings per hour actually worked (which may exceed “official” workweek)

    • OLS regression presents effects net of all other variables

      • Base earnings per hour worked for a white, male, non-clinical doctorate just entering the profession in academia and doing no administration or health policy is $29.94

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Predictors of hourly earnings1

Predictors of Hourly Earnings

  • All else being equal

    • Women earn $3.86 less

    • Master’s degrees earn $9.55 less

    • Clinical doctorates earn $12.53 more

    • Those in private settings earn $5.92 more

    • Earnings increase by $1.06 for every year of experience

    • For every additional 10% of one’s time spent in administration, earnings rise by $1.56

    • For every additional 10% of one’s time spent doing health policy, earnings rise by $1.08.

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


In summary

In Summary…..

  • Preliminary 2007 findings appear to be fairly consistent with 2002 findings

  • Some characteristics are associated with earnings, most strikingly gender and setting

    • Difficult to assess the relationship between race/ethnicity and earnings due to the small number of minority members

  • In general, members seem to be very satisfied with their jobs

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


Closing thoughts

Closing Thoughts….

  • There are few opportunities for monitoring the health services research and policy workforce

  • Surveys such as these can help to improve our understanding of this very diverse field

  • AcademyHealth member support for these efforts is critical to their success

Center for Health Workforce Studies

School of Public Health – University at Albany, SUNY

June 2007


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