Based on 1,238 responses, the job of Nanny has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.88 out of 5. On average, Nannys are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Nanny?
Nanny in Montréal:
Pros: I love the city.
Cons: I am underpaid, minimum wage is too low and other nanny salaries in Quebec compared to other provinces are much lower.
"The commute is heavy and exhausting all the time, the food is pricier and the gas is ridiculously expensive."
Nanny in Santa Monica:
Pros: The beach is nearby.
Cons: Commute and gas prices
Nanny in Bethel Park:
Pros: It’s local
Cons: It’s slow
"It is self rewarding."
Nanny in Lakeville:
Pros: That I get to help kids, not just take care of them.
Cons: I do not get any benifits even though I need them.
"Flexible, Caring, Family environment."
Nanny in Brisbane:
Pros: I love that my employer is flexible with my needs when I need to take a day off here and there - she’s able to help me makeup for lost hours on other days so that my pay does not decrease. She’s great with communication, loving, open and understanding. I feel like I’m part of the family.
Cons: The only thing I dislike is my current pay. I’m caring for 2 children for $25/hour and superannuation gets deducted out of my own pay. I will have to start taking care of 3 children soon and I feel I deserve a pay rise. I don’t get any sick leave or annual leave benefits and I don’t get paid an increase on any public holidays.
Nanny in Windham:
Pros: I grew up in Windham and feel comfortable there and able to communicate better with the parents and kids about the community. It’s a nice common ground.
Cons: I can’t think of anything
"Hard to keep up with the economy."
Nanny in San Francisco:
Pros: It’s where I was born and raised
Cons: The techies moving in have raised the cost of living significantly