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Where can I find nanny jobs?

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Nanny jobs can be found through a nanny or childcare agency, in the newspaper or an online childcare website. Nannies are child caregivers who watch over children whenever parents unable to do so.

Nanny agencies exist throughout the United States, placing experienced nannies with families in need. Typically, nanny agencies have strict standards for both their nannies and their families, and they try to place similar people together to facilitate lasting relationships. Newspaper ads sometimes have nanny job postings, but they may not be as individualized as nanny agencies' posts. Finally, online childcare and nanny websites allow nannies to search for childcare jobs in their area and apply online.


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