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What is the average salary of a full-time nanny?

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Full-time nanny pay can vary greatly, but the average hourly pay for childcare workers is $16.71 an hour as of 2012, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For 40 hours a week this would equal out to a yearly salary of $34,756.

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What is the average salary of a full-time nanny?
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Across the United States, nanny salaries vary from $18,378 to upwards of $40,721, according to PayScale. The pay for a nanny depends on whether the caregiver lives with the family or has her own residence as well as the number of children to care for. Live-in full-time nannies can earn between $325 and $800 a week, depending on the person's age and experience.

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