If so, then a career as an audiologist in the military may be what you are looking for. As an audiologist in the Navy or National Guard you will serve as a primary care doctor, specializing in aural health. You will take on a wide array of important responsibilities including: performing routine and advanced auditory examinations, conducting research that will advance the current audiological technology, and provide mentorship to audiological support staff. To find out how the military can help you jumpstart your career as an audiologist, click here.
How do I Get a Degree in Audiology?
The US Military makes getting your degree, whether undergraduate or advanced, a snap. At least when it comes to paying for it. Contrary to popular belief, having a degree is not a pre-requisite to becoming an audiologist in the Navy or National Guard. Through a extensive network of scholarships, grants, tuition reimbursement, and loan repayment programs, your undergraduate and advanced learning can be completely free of charge. In addition to this, you will have the ability to earn a competitive salary while you learn and be eligible to take advantage of one of the most comprehensive benefits packages being offered today. To find out more, click here.
After Your Military Service is Over
The education and hands-on training you receive in the military will serve you well in the civilian job market. You will be actively recruited by some of the most renowned and highly regarded private audiology practices, invited to conduct research in some of them most prestigious hospitals and research facilities in the world, or even start your own successful practice. If becoming an audiologist sounds like a dream come true, click here to find out how the military can start you down the path of your new career.
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