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Summer Nanny Job–Rates?

by tom44 on March 12, 2014

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Question by Stelle: Summer Nanny Job–Rates?
I’m hoping to work as a summer nanny for a family with two children: a 3-year-old boy and a 6-year-old girl. I’d be at their home all day while both parents are at work, from about 8 to 6.

I have a lot of childcare experience, but all part-time, and mostly in the chicago, il and orange county, ca areas. This job would be near albany, ny. I’m wondering what a fair rate for both me and the parents would be? I’ve always done hourly rates before, between $ 10 and $ 15/hour–is that too much to ask when I’m working about 50 hours a week? Does anyone know about the Albany area specifically?

Best answer:

Answer by Greeneyed
look up daycare cost in your area and charge a little more then that.
($ 300-$ 350 a week?)

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2 thoughts on “Summer Nanny Job–Rates?

  1. Kimberly T says:

    I am a full time nanny and have been on for 5+ years. I am a college graduate and am CPR certified. I nanny in Saratoga Springs, NY…not to far from Albany,NY. I typically charge $ 12-$ 16 an hour for an hourly job. My full time position, which is typically 47-51 hours a week, I make $ 500 a week. It works out to be about $ 10 an hour. I would say ask for $ 450-$ 500 a week for this position. If you have more questions please feel free to email me at funnycidepride@yahoo.com and I would be more than happy to help=)

  2. Ann says:

    I must say that I ask you to PLEASE stick to what you are worth. I would say at LEAST 10 an hour. It is a bummer there are nannies taking less which is why with my 6 years as a nanny I am still offered 8 an hour and when I say no there is always someone else that will take it.

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