Nanny Surveys

The 2019 Nanny Survey Results are In!

The 2019 data is here! PSP conducted its 7th survey of employers who employ a nanny. These results are based on 870 parents from Brooklyn who employ live-out nannies who are not part of a nanny share.

 

IMPORTANT FINDINGS:

PAY**

$18.65 per hour for 1 child ($1.60 more than 2017)
$19.94 per hour for 2 children ($1.61 more than 2017)

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Part-time nannies continue to make a higher hourly rate than a full-time nannies, paying a premium for fewer hours:
$19.78 per hour for 10-20 hours
$18.77 per hour for 40-50 hours

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TIME OFF:

The average agreed upon days off is 13 days, while the reported days actually received is 21 days. (The vast majority of nannies are paid for all 21 days they receive off.)
Seven in ten (70%) let their nanny schedule time off at the nanny's discretion (something for which PSP advocates.)

RAISES & BONUSES:
The most common first year annual increase is $1 per hour.
Giving end of year bonuses continues to be standard, with 1 week's pay given the most common amount.
The average bump in pay when a second child arrives is $2 per hour. 

 

  • Data includes nannies paid on and off the books. 
  • Rates do NOT reflect Nanny Shares where a nanny takes care of kids from 2 families at the same time. 

 

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The Park Slope Parents' Nanny Survey Results

Over the years, Park Slope Parents has asked hundreds of local families about their Nannies. From average salary through to vacation, job duties and more - find out what you can expect and offer your Nanny in the 'hood.

 

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2015 Nanny Survey Results Are In!

PSP conducted its 5th Nanny Compensation Survey of employers who employ a nanny. These results are based on 750+ Brooklynites who employ live-out nannies who are not part of a nanny share....nannysurvey2015

 

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The 2017 Park Slope Parents' Nanny Survey Results

The 2017 data is here! PSP conducted its 6th Nanny Compensation Survey of employers who employ a nanny. These results are based on 870 parents from Brooklyn who employ live-out nannies who are not part of a nanny share.

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IMPORTANT FINDINGS:

PAY:

▪ $17.05 per hour for 1 child ($1.99 more than 2015)
▪ $18.33 per hour for 2 children ($1.89 more than 2015)

Part-time nannies continue to make a higher hourly rate than a full-time nannies, paying a premium for fewer hours:
* $18.30 per hour for 10-20 hours
* $17.90 per hour for 50+ hours

 

TIME OFF:

▪ The average agreed upon days off is 14 days, while the reported days actually received is 21 days. (The vast majority of nannies are paid for all 21 days they receive off.)
▪ 1 in 2 (58%) let their nanny schedule time off at the nanny's discretion (something for which PSP advocates.)

RAISES & BONUSES:

▪ The average raise given is $1.28 per hour.
▪ Giving bonuses continues to be standard, with 1 week's pay given the most common amount.

 

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