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Table 1 Examples of monetary value of job characteristics

From: A review of the application and contribution of discrete choice experiments to inform human resources policy interventions

Attribute Gosden et al. 2000[61] Scott, 2001[44]
Opportunity to develop interest -GBP 2269 to develop interest +GBP 35 to develop interest
Out-of-hours worked (night shifts) -GBP 402.67 for some hours done +GBP 13 533 for some
   +GBP 19 708 for more
List size +GBP 9 per additional patient +GBP 12 per additional patient
Extended Primary Care Team -GBP 2 393.30 for an extended team  
Administrative responsibilities -GBP 1092 if no financial management responsibility +GBP 1.10 per extra hour/year spent on administration
Change in daytime working hours +GBP 701 per extra hour per week +GBP 13 per extra hour per year
Use of guidelines   -GBP 3477 to use guidelines
Highly deprived patients +GBP 5029 to work with such a population  
Moderately deprived patients +GBP 1034 to work with such a population  
  1. Note: A positive monetary value of a job characteristic can be interpreted as willingness to be compensated: it is the average salary increase needed to impose such a work characteristic. By contrast, a negative monetary value represents the salary cut respondents are ready to accept to benefit from the proposed job characteristic.