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Nanny or Au Pair -What's The Difference? Hundreds of Dollars a Year!
What makes an Au Pair similar to a nanny is the emphasis on childcare. In exchange for room and board, an Au Pair is permitted to work 45 hours a week , but no more than 10 hours in one day caring for children. This costs the host family around $340 a week.
Au Pairs do not need to have the same schedule each day and Host Families can change this regularly, provided it stays within the 45 and 10 hour limits. She (or he) can also perform light housekeeping as it applies to the care of the child. She can make their lunches and do their laundry. She can walk them to the bus and meet them on their return from school. Many Au Pairs are college educated and can help with homework or school projects. They can prepare dinner for the children and do baths and bedtime.
The Au Pair program is overseen by the U.S. Department of State who has designated agencies to match families with Au Pairs. Go Au Pair currently has over 300 Au Pairs available and you can review their profiles for free on our website!. Go Au Pair you will experience peace of mind by working with an agency that has supported Host Families and Au Pairs for over 20 years.
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