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Staying in the Work Place

Based on information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, workers in the 55-64 year range are expected to increase by 36.5%. Workers in the 65-74 year range are expected to increase a whopping 83.4%, and even workers 75 or older may show a growth of 84.3%.

Overall workers over 65 are expected to make up 6.1% of the total labor force. Research shows that the use of hearing aids reduces the risk of income loss by 90-100% for those with milder loss and with those individuals with moderate hearing loss the risk of income loss is reduced by 65 to 77%. Dealing with your hearing loss may be one of the best investment decisions you made if you are in those categories.

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