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    Which career/degree would give me more opportunities in the future, better pay and have a more enjoyable outcome? I'm interested in both equally.
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    Midwifery probably feels more rewarding (im just going off my experience of nurses they seem under appreciated and over worked while midwives are still over worked but they are seen as an important part of the medical field)
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    Both have pretty good career pathways. Nursing it's easier to move sideways into different specialities. Midwifery will pay more initially (band 5 on registration and band 6 after 6 months whereas staff nurses are band 5) but if you progress it evens out. As for best outcome well that will vary between people and what they actually want.


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