Midwives work in a wide variety of healthcare settings, including hospitals, physicians' offices, schools, and clinics. Most APRNs work full time.
Midwives must earn at least a master’s degree in one of the APRN roles. They must also be licensed in their state and pass a national certification exam.
Midwives job outlook is supposed to grow from 2014 to 2024 up to 31 percent. It is a big demand for the delivery of babies.
There are many similar occupations with Midwives. Such as physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, and registered nurses.
The annual wage for a midwife in 2014 was $102,670. Because it is 2016 pregnancy rates have grown.
Because a midwife delivers babies they usually are hired by the woman and their partner. They appoint an interview to see which midwife they would like to deliver their baby.
Nature of the Work
provide care to women, including gynecological exams, family planning services, and prenatal care. They deliver babies; and may provide surgical assistance to physicians during cesarean births. Nurse midwives also provide wellness care, educating their patients on how to lead healthy lives by discussing topics such as nutrition and disease prevention. Nurse midwives also provide care to their patients’ partners for sexual or reproductive health issues.