Over the past year, we have asked our members to complete pay rate surveys to provide the parents and care providers 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).
We wanted to take this opportunity to update the pay rate information for caring for three children as it has been over a year since we last surveyed our community.
Today, we present the results of our March 2019 Caring for Three Children Pay Rate Survey. Has the average hourly rate increased or decreased? Continue reading to find out!
What are you paying or being paid to care for three children from the same family? Comment below!
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To see our prior Caring for Three Children Pay Survey Results (from March 2018), click here.
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