Are you curious about a career as a nurse anesthetist, midwife, or practitioner in the United States of America? Read the outline below and then watch the videos included here to get better understanding of this career. Finally, don’t forget to use the comments section below to let us know what you learned today and if you would like us to include any other careers you’re interested in.
Now you can learn what Nurse Anesthetists, Midwives, and Practitioners do, the work environment, how to become one, salary, and job outlook.
While you watch the first video on nurse anesthetists, midwives, and practitioners, pay close attention to specialization areas, duties, and important qualities, as many job interview questions are based on this information.
If you’re interested in a career as a nurse anesthetist, midwife, or practitioner in the USA, pay close attention to the education and training section, as well as licenses, certifications, and registrations, so that you know what to expect in getting prepared.
Finally, you need to review the job outlook section for nurse anesthetists, midwives, and practitioners and know what to expect in the following years in terms of how many people are currently working in this field, as well as how many more are expected to be hired. The smaller total number of those employed in the field and the percentage of growth, the greater the job competition and higher difficulty for one to find a career as a nurse anesthetist, midwife, or practitioner. However, the higher the total number of those employed in the field, and the above average percentage of job growth, the greater the likelihood of entry into this career.
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Nurse anesthetists, nurse midwives, and nurse practitioners coordinate patient care and may provide primary and specialty healthcare.
Nurse anesthetists, nurse midwives, and nurse practitioners work in a variety of healthcare settings, including hospitals, physicians’ offices, and clinics. Most advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) work full time.
Nurse anesthetists, nurse midwives, and nurse practitioners 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.
The median annual wage for nurse anesthetists, nurse midwives, and nurse practitioners was $117,670 in May 2020.
Overall employment of nurse anesthetists, nurse midwives, and nurse practitioners is projected to grow 45 percent from 2019 to 2029, much faster than the average for all occupations. Growth will occur primarily because of an increased emphasis on preventive care and demand for healthcare services from an aging population.