Midwives are registered nurses who receive special training and certification to deliver babies. According to a September 2010 finding, these professionals earn above-average incomes, often topping £39,000 annually to start.
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As a midwife, the level of job experience you have helps to determine your salary. According to a September 2010 survey by Payscale, those professionals just starting their careers are earning from £39,870 to £52,610 each year. Midwives who have been on the job for at least five years are reporting earnings of £49,206 to £57,215 annually.
Geography also plays a role in how much you can earn as a midwife. According to Payscale, midwives working in California are earning some of the highest incomes, ranging from £46,215 to £65,367 a year. Those in Texas are reporting some of the lowest earnings, topping out at £54,489 a year.
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According to Payscale's figures, midwives employed directly by hospitals have an edge when it comes to pay, although not by much. Those working for hospitals report earning from £28,742 to £59,611 a year. Midwives employed by private medical practices are reporting top salaries of £56,561.
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