Salary for Hearing Aid Specialists

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Individuals employed as hearing aid specialists conduct hearing assessments and determine the need for hearing aids, or may work from existing prescriptions. These individuals assist clients in choosing hearing aid styles and fits. They prepare impressions of the ear, and create, prepare or modify ear molds and hearing aid shells for patients. These individuals may also assist audiologists in taking ear measurements. Specialized training may be required for this position.

A Hearing Aid Specialist will normally get a pay level ranging from 32000 and 48000 depending on the level of experience. Hearing Aid Specialists usually get an average pay level of Forty One Thousand Seven Hundred dollars per year.

Hearing Aid Specialists are compensated most highly in Connecticut, where they receive average pay levels of just about $57450.

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The annual compensation for this career has gone up since 2004. Salaries have increased by an average of 10.76 percent nationwide in that time.