What Is the Going Rate for a Childminder?

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The general rate for childminders varies depending from place to place. In the United Kingdom, the going rate for a childminder is about £2.50 and £5.50 per hour per child. Generally, hiring a childminder is cheaper compared to a sit in nanny.
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