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Income for a nanny job

How much does a nanny make when living in a home with the family she cares for? Does she make less than if she lived in her own home traveling to work everyday?

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Yes, a Nanny will make less when living in your home.

You will have to pay a registration fee to agency.

You will have to sign a contract too.

It depends much on where she is employed (both which employers she have, and what the laws in the country she lives say.)

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