Presented at the I.C.E. Virtual Exchange 2020

For those who conduct job analysis surveys on a regular basis, it is generally considered axiomatic that longer surveys are associated with lower response rates. While the number of job tasks respondents are asked to rate is largely dictated by the job analysis SME panel, the length of survey instructions is governable. A recent series of job analysis surveys conducted by AHIMA allowed for a novel, non-experimental examination of the impact survey instruction length may have on response rates.


  • Patrick Irwin, Ph.D., AHIMA
  • Jeff Kelley, Ph.D., Alpine Testing Solutions

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