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Starting a Career in Audiology? Get a Headstart at InspirED 2024

Feb 14, 2024

We’ve all heard it, the age-old line ‘if you go to university and study hard, you’ll get a good job’. Sounds easy, but the reality is they don’t hand out jobs with degrees and the transition from study to employment can be daunting.

How do you get set for success when there’s no secret recipe and no picture on the box?

Knowing what’s right for you can be confusing. Independent practice, join a big company, work in rural and remote areas or in hospital settings, go specialised, research? A career in audiology is the ultimate ‘choose your own adventure’ with no wrong choices and a world of opportunity.

If you do figure out where you want to go, how do you make sure you stand out in a crowd of skill and talent and get noticed by the right employer?

Some great ways to get started, include:

  • Connecting with your peers and a diverse range of audiological leaders to open opportunities for mentoring and collaboration
  • Engaging with potential employers to learn about your industry, what they’re looking for and pathways you haven’t even thought of yet
  • Joining professional bodies like AudA who can help you understand your career pathways, and open more opportunities accreditation and future training and support
  • Make all this happen at InspirED 2024

So, don’t knock on doors when you can get the keys.

Audiology Australia’s #1 free online career event, InspirED is the smart way to fast track your audiology career. You’ll leave with professional contacts, the inside scoop on what you need for success and the confidence to begin setting goals to kick as you make the future happen.

Join us online to discover where your profession can take you on 7 March at InspirED.

Register now at

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