What is an aupair?

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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
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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=
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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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