These professionals specialize in women’s reproductive health and the child birthing process. They are typically responsible for conducting annual exams, providing patient counseling, attending births, and writing prescriptions as needed.
How to Become One
Each learner needs a master’s degree in addition to the appropriate licensure as a registered nurse (RN). Students need to complete a four-year bachelor’s degree and gain one year of work experience in the field before they enter their graduate programs.
Job Growth Trends: 26% from 2018-28