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U.S. adults with hearing trouble from noise at work by time at job 2011-2012

Percentage of adults in the U.S. with exposure to loud noise at work who had hearing loss in 2011-2012, by time at job

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Release date

December 2016

Region

United States

Survey time period

2011 to 2012

Number of respondents

3,831 respondents

Age group

20-69 years

Supplementary notes

Hearing loss is defined as when the average threshold across four speech frequencies (0.5–1–2–4 kHz) is greater than 25 decibels hearing level. A loss of 25 decibels in the speech frequency range is equal to very soft speech in a quiet room.

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