This week the International Nanny Association Released their 2017 Salary Report. Take a look at the findings. Keep in mind that California and New York are above the hourly average in terms of salary.
Key findings include:
- Average hourly rate USD $19.14, up from $18.66 in 2014.
- 52% have had a salary increase in prior 12 months, up from 38% in 2012.
- Education and experience correlate with higher hourly wage.
- 60% received an annual bonus in prior 12 months.
- Nannies that have taken the INA Nanny Credential Exam and/or the INA Basic Skills Assessment get a higher hourly rate.
- 64% are paid legally.
Regarding nanny benefits:
- 75% of nannies receive paid vacation, up from 57% in 2014.
- 76% receive “guaranteed pay” when the family does not need them up from 71% in 2014.
- 17% receive health insurance, full (7%) or partial (10%).
- Fewer nannies 23%, are being placed by traditional, brick and mortar nanny referral agency, down from 39% in 2014.
- A slight increase to 69% have written work agreements, over 67% in 2014.