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The Medicus Firm has 6 physician jobs in Audiology with salaries ranging from $80,000 to $105,000

Audiologist - Northern California
Ref# AUD 23955

Private Practice Audiology Northern California Coast Practice Highlights: Join a Collaborative and cohesive team- 1 other AuD with 3 support staff Flexible Mon-Fri sche » Read More
Location

Humboldt County, California

Audiologist - NJ Suburb with easy access to cities
Ref# AUD 24107

Exciting opportunity for an Audiologist just 10 miles from the vibrant heartbeat of New York City, offering a flexible schedule, competitive salary featuring retention bonuses, and ad » Read More
Location

New York City, New Jersey

Audiology - Pacific NW Metro
Ref# AUD 24115

Oregon Metro Audiology Verified Earnings Above the 75th Percentile! Position Highlights Salary $160,000 (based on experience) Up to $12,000 sign-on bonus » Read More
Location

Portland, Oregon

Audiologist - Pennsylvania - $80k Salary + Bonus!
Ref# AUD 24278

Seeking a dedicated and experienced Audiologist to join our outpatient clinic in Gettysburg, PA. The ideal candidate will be committed to providing high-quality audiological care and » Read More
Location

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Audiologist Position Available in Vibrant NW Pennsylvania
Ref# AUD 24072

Audiologist Position #1 Desired Community in Pennsylvania ´╗┐Join a dynamic team that provides high-end, concierge-level patient care with no third-party participation. Clinic » Read More
Location

Millcreek, Pennsylvania

Audiologist - Southern Resort Community
Ref# AUD 23536

Employed Audiology Opportunity Southern Resort Lake Community Work with a Thriving ENT and Allergy Practice Full-time audiologist position with unmatched work-life balance » Read More
Location

Mountain Home, Ar, Arkansas

Audiology Jobs

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Salary + Job Growth
The current average salary for an Audiologist is $73,665, which averages out to around $35 per hour, but this could vary greatly based on your location and experience level. By the year 2026, there is expected to be a 21% increase in jobs in the Audiology specialty. The highest-paying states for Audiology specialists are New York, Virginia, Ohio, Florida, and California. The average salaries in these states range from $90,170, in New York, to $106,940 in California.

Benefits
Some benefits of working as an Audiologist include a clean, comfortable work environment and critical thinking opportunities. As an Audiologist, you will have the pleasure of knowing that you helped increase someone’s quality of life significantly. Because you will be working with all concerns regarding the 5 senses, you have the potential to change lives forever by helping patients manage their pain and alleviating their concerns.

Skills
As an Audiologist, you should have skills such as attention to detail, problem-solving, time management, patience, and communication.

Job Duties
While working in your career as an Audiologist, you will be completing tasks such as understanding, diagnosing, and treating concerns related to each of the 5 senses, as well as managing problems related to balance.

Work Environment
You can expect to work in a physician’s office, audiology clinic, or a hospital. Some Audiologists work in schools, travel between facilities, or work in health and personal care stores.

Education
Some physicians choose to participate in continuing medical education (CME), and there are a handful of organizations pertaining to each specialty that participate in offering CME. These organizations include the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and the American Medical Association (AMA) with their EdHub. You should also be able to find continuing education resources that are specific to the state that you reside in. Most organizations offer the same resources, such as webinars, online courses, live courses, and sometimes even podcasts. The organization you decide to use for furthering your medical education is solely based on your personal preferences.

We know you have the potential to be successful, and we want to help. We hope that you can find the unique position you’ve been looking for on our job board here at The Medicus Firm.