Members of the EarQ team recently spoke with audiology students at Oklahoma University about the bright future for independent hearing healthcare practice ownership and the many resources available to support them along their professional journeys.
Syracuse, NY (February 17, 2016)—Members of the EarQ team gave many of the Sooners at Oklahoma University have a new reason to cheer.
On February 15 and 16, audiology students welcomed representatives of EarQ to gain a realistic perspective on the hearing healthcare industry, how the Baby Boomers and younger generations are changing it, and the unique opportunities for independent practice owners to succeed in communities nationwide.
"Like most other students, many of the intelligent men and women we got to meet throughout our time on campus are largely undecided when it comes to what specialty path they'll take within the audiology field," said Clifford Carey, vice president of communications for EarQ. "Our goal of this visit was to help them better understand all of their options, including independent practice ownership and its rewarding and lucrative benefits."
In 2015, audiologist was ranked number two on CareerCast's Best Jobs list. The organization named an aging population and the invaluable nature of its services as contributing factors to the career's high rank.
CareerCast also named audiologist as the least stressful job of 2014.
Audiology students interested in exploring practice ownership can request internship, externship, or job placement assistance through EarQ's audiology recruiting program here.