Having good vision makes it easier to travel, read, play sports and enjoy many other leisurely activities. But where it can make the most difference is in a person’s career.
Whether it’s simplifying day-to-day tasks or the difference between success and failure, seeing clearly can make or break a career. And in many situations, the challenges posed by glasses or contacts can be inconvenient or dangerous.
According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, about 20 million jobs are included in the most common occupations. We’ve listed some of those jobs below and detailed why clear vision is essential to those professions.
All jobs most likely require focusing carefully and thoroughly on work at all times. Even the best job can become tiring and distracting — and the last thing needed is poor vision, so keep these eye health tips in mind, no matter your occupation.
It’s also possible that LASIK could help. The procedure takes about 15 minutes from start to finish, and many people return to work the very next day. Talk to your eye care provider and consider whether LASIK might be a good option, especially if you work in one of the occupations that could benefit from the procedure.
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