TREATING HEARING LOSS PAYS DIVIDENDS ON THE JOB

Addressing hearing loss on the job allows you to stay ahead of the game and helps you achieve success. The sooner you take action to address hearing loss, the sooner you’ll see that treating hearing loss pays dividends on the job. If you suspect that you many have hearing loss, you’re not alone. Of the nearly 40 million people in the US with hearing loss, the majority are still in the workforce. Thirty percent suspect they have a problem but have not yet sought treatment. The vast majority of people with hearing loss can benefit from hearing aids. Today’s high-tech, sleek and virtually invisible hearing aids are better than ever. They make it easier to hear sounds and people from all directions and filter out noise. Many of today’s hearing aids sit discreetly and comfortably inside the ear canal and out of sight. Many are wireless, so they can interface with other high-tech devices like smartphones. Consider these 5 ways that getting a hearing test and using professionally fitted hearing aids, if recommended by a hearing care professional, could pay dividends on the job for you.  Let the boss know you’re a go-getter.

Let the boss know you’re a go-getter. Addressing hearing loss sends the message that you want to succeed and that you’re willing to do what it takes to deal with issues head-on.  Improve your on-the-job communication skills. A national study by the Better Hearing Institute (BHI) found that nearly seven out of ten participants with hearing loss reported improvements in their ability to communicate effectively in most situations because they used hearing aids.

Strengthen your work relationships. Good listening skills are important to understanding the needs of clients and co-workers. Take action to hear your best.

Amp up your confidence. One BHI study found that the majority of people with mild and severe hearing loss felt better about themselves and lives overall as a result of using hearing aids.

Unleash your earning potential. Hearing your best at work helps you do your best. Using hearing aids reduced the risk of income loss by 90-100 percent for those with

Improve your on-the-job communication skills. A national study by the Better Hearing Institute (BHI) found that nearly seven out of ten participants with hearing loss reported improvements in their ability to communicate effectively in most situations because they used hearing aids.  Strengthen your work relationships. Good listening skills are important to understanding the needs of clients and co-workers. Take action to hear your best.

Amp up your confidence. One BHI study found that the majority of people with mild and severe hearing loss felt better about themselves and lives overall as a result of using hearing aids.

Unleash your earning potential. Hearing your best at work helps you do your best. Using hearing aids reduced the risk of income loss by 90-100 percent for those with

Strengthen your work relationships. Good listening skills are important to understanding the needs of clients and co-workers. Take action to hear your best.  Amp up your confidence. One BHI study found that the majority of people with mild and severe hearing loss felt better about themselves and lives overall as a result of using hearing aids.

Unleash your earning potential. Hearing your best at work helps you do your best. Using hearing aids reduced the risk of income loss by 90-100 percent for those with

Amp up your confidence. One BHI study found that the majority of people with mild and severe hearing loss felt better about themselves and lives overall as a result of using hearing aids.  Unleash your earning potential. Hearing your best at work helps you do your best. Using hearing aids reduced the risk of income loss by 90-100 percent for those with

Unleash your earning potential. Hearing your best at work helps you do your best. Using hearing aids reduced the risk of income loss by 90-100 percent for those with milder hearing loss. People with hearing loss who use hearing aids are more likely to be employed than their peers who don’t. So go ahead. See how treating hearing loss can pay dividends on the job for you. (From the Better Hearing Institute) www.betterhearing.org

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