Over the past several years, we have asked our members to complete pay rate surveys to provide the parents, care providers, and agencies of our region a snapshot of the average pay for different child care scenarios (i.e. one child, two children, nanny shares, sitter, part-time, etc).

You can find the results of those surveys by clicking here.

We wanted to take this opportunity to update the pay rate information for caring for one child part time as it has been over a year since we last surveyed our community.

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Today, we present the results of our November 2019 Caring for One Child Part Time Nanny Pay Rate Survey. Has the average hourly rate increased or decreased? What care/household duties do most providers handle when caring for one child part time? Continue reading to find out!

What are you paying or being paid to care for one child part time? Comment below and thanks to all who participated!

Trends and Analysis

If you have an active Family/Parent, Care Provider, or Agency membership and like to analyze numbers like we do, we are now offering additional information on trends and information derived from the survey results. We are also breaking down specific information and trends for YOUR area of the Puget Sound region!

  • As we have seen in previous pay surveys, there is a major difference in pay rates depending on what area you live or provide child care. Below, we have broken down the hourly rate paid in the City of Seattle, North King County and East King County based on the survey responses:
Login or signup to read the rest of our analysis! 


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Continue scrolling for page 2 and 3 of the One Child Part Time Nanny Pay Survey results

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For questions about this survey or to learn more about child care in the Seattle area, please contact us! Happy holidays!


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