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I'm an undergraduate looking into getting into the field of UX, and have been fortunate enough to get experience in both UX/UI Design as well as UX Research. To professionals in the industry, what are your experiences with these two tracks? Is either better or worse than the other? If so, in what ways?

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I don't think one is better than the other. It really depends on your preferences. What work were you more excited about?

Like for me, I get stressed out in user interviews, so I prefer to be a fly on the wall and observe, then take those research findings into my designs. But some people really thrive in those situations!

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