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Professional Development

Professional Development

Meeting Your Employment Needs

Not only does the Academy help you with knowledge progression and protection of audiology issues on Capitol Hill, your professional society also offers you help with employment enhancement, from resume review to jobs listings to human resource assistance.

Resume Review

Your resume can be an entré to an exciting opportunity or a roadblock in your career. Luckily for you, the Academy offers a Resume Review Service that offers constructive advice from peers.

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Audiology Ranked as 14th Best Career (Out of 200 Jobs)

We all know that working as an audiologist is rewarding and awesome, but now everyone else does too!, a website for career seekers and employers, ranked audiologist as the 14th best job out of 200 jobs. CareerCast reports a median salary of $75,920 with a good work environment (68/200), very low stress (4/200), and projected growth of the profession (29/200).

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ABA SOUNDING BOARD | ABA Is Changing for You!

Twenty years ago, a group of Academy members came together to develop a certification that would serve audiologists by verifying credentials in an independent process that offers an alternative to the American Speech–Language–Hearing Association Certificate of Clinical Competence–Audiology. They developed a program of rigorous education and experience verification with strong continuing education requirements and called it Board Certified in Audiology, in recognition of the substantial requisites.

Topic(s): American Board of Audiology (ABA), Education, Professional Development, Professional


Publication Issue: Audiology Today May/June 2019

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AAA 2019: Where Audiologists Discovered Their Future

On March 27–30, 2019, audiologists, audiology students, hearing health-care professionals, and industry representatives from across the country and around the world gathered in Columbus, Ohio, for AAA 2019, the Academy’s annual conference. Attendees had opportunities to learn from their audiology colleagues as well as experts in business, psychology, and science.

Topic(s): AAA Conference, Professional, Professional Development, Marketing


Publication Issue: Audiology Today May/June 2019

Announcing Audiology Community Mobile App

The Academy is excited to announce the launch of the new Audiology Community mobile app.

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How to Develop Patient Engagement on Social Media

When you think back to why you wanted to become an audiologist, majority of professions entered because we “wanted to help others.” Audiologists have an unique opportunity to mix science, technology, and counseling into a fantastic art form of quality hearing health care. As we know, patients need to be engaged and motivated to have successful habitation to their hearing aids or other hearing devices.

Responding to Positive/Negative Comments on Social Media

In the third series on Social Media Development, this Tip of the Month focuses on responding to positive and negative comments from followers.

Enhancing Your Social Media Plan

Now that you’ve developed a Social Media Plan for 2018, it's time to enhance your social media postings. More than 40 percent of consumers say that information found via social media affects the way they deal with their health (Honigman, 2018). Below are a few ideas to amplify your current social media plan.

Gain Visibility and Represent the Profession

Situated in the heart of autumn, October is nationally recognized as “Audiology Awareness Month.” As audiologists, this month is more than just a month to post a status on social media or to hang a sign in recognition, but rather to give us a time to be a presence in our local and national communities. To keep with the autumnal theme, use Audiology Awareness Month to think of ways to HARVEST the profession.

Relief Efforts and Member Assistance

The Academy’s thoughts are with those members who have been impacted by the recent weather events.

We encourage those able members to contribute resources and time to their local, state, and national charities of choice that may be able to offer assistance.

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