Living with hearing loss can impact your career
In addition to affecting your personal and social life, hearing loss can affects your daily life at work. You need to be able to communicate effectively wherever you are, and whomever you are with — be it your colleagues, clients or friends.
Did you know?
Hearing loss can significantly impact your earnings. More than a decade ago, the Better Hearing Institute estimated that untreated hearing loss could mean a reduction of $12,000 to household income.4
If you are suffering from hearing loss, your brain needs to work harder to pick out important sounds from the background noise. Office meetings, lectures and other everyday tasks can become more demanding and tiring, which can impact how well you perform tasks. Hearing aids can help you focus more easily, so you can concentrate with less effort.
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