Most Audiology jobs are in private clinics of physicians and audiologists; in hospitals; and in outpatient care centers. Some jobs are in educational services, including elementary and secondary schools. Other jobs for audiologists are in health and personal care stores, including hearing aid stores; scientific research and development services; and State and local governments.
Some audiologists specialize in work with the elderly, children, or hearing-impaired individuals who need special therapy programs. Others develop and implement ways to protect workers’ ears from on-the-job injuries. They measure noise levels in workplaces and conduct hearing protection programs in factories, as well as in schools and communities.
A small number of audiologists are self-employed in private clinics. They provide hearing health care services in their own offices or work under contract for schools, health care facilities, or other establishments There are numerous opportunities for a graduate of B.Sc. M.Phil, PhD and Specializations Courses are available worldwide. Graduates are also eligible to apply for the foreign and local scholarships for higher studies as offered by HEC.