Unit tests vs. Integration tests
I can sum it up pretty easily:
65 passed, 0 failed, 5 skipped, took 7.49 seconds.
45 passed, 0 failed, 0 skipped, took 284.43 seconds.
Except, there is one thing that you aren’t seeing here. Writing an integration tests is about as straightforward as they come. Execute the user scenario, assert the result. There is no real knowledge required to write the test, and they are very easy to read and understand.
Unit tests, however, often require you to understand how the software work in much finer detail, and they often make no sense to someone who isn’t familiar with the software.