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Hello! How much do you spend on a full time nanny per month (9-6 pm). If you could provide your city, that’d be helpful as well!

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Chicago. My nanny worked 40 hours a week and we paid $20/hr.


Lots of other things to consider before providing a direct answer: 1. How many kids need to be taken care of and what are their ages? 2. What responsibilities will they have in the house? You should be charging extra for laundry for example, tidying up dishes and toys are a given and part of the expectation in my mind 3. Are you providing annual time off or sick days? If not, then you may need to incentivize with more money 4. Will they be taking them to doctors appointments? In Chicago, assuming you are asking for 45 hours a week that would range anywhere from $18-$30 depending on how many responsibilities you’re adding on. $18 will most likely get you a college kid who’s taking night classes. $30 will get you someone who will do pretty much everything I noted above except if there are multiple kids. For each kid, it is usually an additional $5-$8 an hour depending on the age. It is very common here to pay an extra $1-$2 per hour if the child is under six months strictly because newborn experience and CPR requirements are different and can be hard to come by. Hope this helps!


Amazing thank you


DC. Nanny works 45 hours per week and we pay her 24 per hour. She also gets 2 weeks PTO, 5 sick days, federal holidays and contribution to insurance. She has 10+ yrs of experience and speaks french to my kid.


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