What is an aupair?


An aupair is a domestic assistant from a foreign country that works for and lives with a host family. Typically, an au pair takes on a share of the family's responsibility for childcare and other housework and receive some monetary allowance for personal use. In most cases, aupairs work part time and often study part time.
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An au pair (in the USA) is a young person between the ages of 18-26 who resides with an American host family for one year in exchange for performing up to 45 hours of childcare per
It's like an exchange student, but instead of studying they do domestic duties including child care duties to pay for their board. Source(s): http://www.answers.com/au+pair&r=
A young person from another country who lives with a family & help with child-care, housework, etc.
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An “au pair” is basically a person who takes care of a family household and the workings of a home in return for payment. Au pairs can be on duty from 25 – 35 hours per week if they are from an EU country. Au pairs in the UK work under a supervising body known as the British Au Pair Agencies Association.
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