The Cause Of Partial Color Blindness Is Difficult To Find Work?
I’m sorry I want to ask why I think partial color blindness is really hard to find work and how to explain it. Thank you
Color blindness is an inherited eye disease that manifests as a person's inability to distinguish certain color gradations. Color blindness tests are often a requirement for a person to be accepted for work, therefore it is not surprising that medical check-ups include many color blind tests in their examination packages. This is because the ability to distinguish colors is very important for certain fields of work. For example, in the textile sector, which employs employees with color blindness, of course, can carry the risk of decreasing product quality due to human resource errors in analyzing colors. Another example is in the medical field, where the ability to distinguish colors is very crucial in the steps to treat patients. This is because discoloration of the patient or the patient's organs has clinical significance which can be dangerous if overlooked. However, if you suffer from color blindness, you don't need to worry because you can still find work even with a narrower choice of job opportunities, which don't require color differentiation skills. Here we attach an article about color blindness. May be useful.
dr. N. K. Arief