Post # 1
What is the going rate for a Nanny? I’ve just started working on the whole daycare process. I got a quote from a lady who will come take care of our newborn and my brother’s 1 year old. She quoted 550/week. She will also clean and do laundry while there.
Post # 3
It depend on your area; you could call around to local nanny services in your area to find out the going rate for your region.
When we had a nanny, she received $1600/month plus $50/week grocery allowance and other benefits (paid holidays/sick days/vacation days, mileage reimbursement, and activity allowance) for full-time care of one infant.
Post # 4
I work part-time as a nanny (approx. 33 hours/week, 1 child) and I make $15/hr, plus other benefits. I’m sure it varies greatly from area to area, though.
Post # 5
@vintage2010: that sounds awesome actually
Post # 6
I am a part-time nanny in the midwest, and I make $10/hr for two kids, 3 and 4. $550/week is $110 a day, which sounds pretty good for two that small.
Post # 7
@vintage2010: As a nanny in Seattle I made $16/hr for two kids, as a nanny in Chapel Hill, NC I make 15/hr for two kids. In both cases the kids are both under 5.