Dr. Frank’s Answer
A natural rapport with children may be the most important reason to pursue a career as a pediatric nurse. ... The ability to distract a child is perhaps as important as earning their trust, especially when you are administering immunizations or inserting IV lines.
So if you like working with children One advantage of being a pediatric nurse is the ability to work primarily alongside children, reassuring them when they are afraid of medical tests or even staying in the hospital. An additional advantage of working closely with children is that you can offer hope and care to the children you are treating.
On the other hand a pediatrician more financial security and benefits. Benefits vary by employer, but pediatricians typically have health insurance, dental and vision coverage, paid time off and retirement benefits. Other possible benefits include life insurance, disability insurance, paid professional memberships, tuition reimbursement and employee wellness services.