Back in the day, before I did the whole language thing, I worked in banking. I am also certain that there are callings and opportunities that I would have had, were I married to a faithful LDS woman, that I have missed. An interfaith marriage can be done well or disastrously, or even only being made up as you go. The big one is that under Mormon theology both of you must be believing, fully active members to live together in the afterlife. They have heavy-handed laws, free handouts, unfair advantages for getting jobsвa loud feminist illusion spoon fed to them.
It sure has its ups and downs. That said, Mormons have learned to have fun without alcohol and often have to wait until drinkers are well-oiled and loosened up to join in the dopey-ness. No one knows your situation the way you do.
We married in early 30's. If someone is going to cheat on you, it has nothing to do with their profession. You will be surrounded by single women, many of whom are probably interested in dating and marrying a Mormon, so take advantage.
But he feels I need to stick to one career and be content. I am not quite a spouse of a doctor. You can always expand these into group dates by inviting other couples along, which may make her more comfortable in the early stages of your relationship. This was the biggest one for me. Well, maybe not a total disaster, that is a bit exaggerated. Propagandists in the media throw around the word patriarchy as if it is synonymous with anything male. I have days when I feel like I don't want to do this anymore, but then I go through old pictures and letters and to remind myself that we had it figured out once, and we can figure it out again.