Salary is negotiable between the family and the nanny, but most full-time nannies expect to work weekdays for about 40 to 50 hours a week. You can expect to pay at least $400 per week for an entry-level nanny who will be doing childcare and childcare-related tasks. Nannies usually expect to make closer to $500 per week for increased responsibilities such as caring for more than one child, driving, housework, etc. Experienced nannies may have a set rate that they charge. Part-time nannies usually make $10- $15 per hour depending on the responsibilities. If you aren’t sure what kind of salary to offer a nanny,  we will be glad to help you develop an offer that will attract the kind of individual you are looking for, and make it the kind of job that will most likely keep her there a year or more.  Remember, a well-paid nanny is a happy nanny, and a happy nanny provides stability for your children by staying longer.

What benefits are typically provided for a household employee?
As the demand for top-notch nannies becomes increasingly competitive, a benefits package is highly attractive to prospective candidates. Benefits you could offer to make your package more attractive are:


1 week paid vacation
2-3 paid sick/personal days per year
Paid holidays
Use of automobile or mileage reimbursement
Opportunity for travel (with the family)
Job performance salary increases
Christmas or “Nanniversary” bonuses