What is the rate per hour for babysitters?

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The rate per hour for babysitters depends on; where you live, if you have one child or more than one needing to be watched, the ages of your children and the details surrounding care expectations. However, a babysitter aged 11-14 may be paid $3 or $4 an hour, aged 15 or 16, $5-$6 per hour and age 17 with experience, $12 or even more an hour.
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According to the Childcare website, one should pay a babysitter an average of 4 to 12 per hour. These rates depend on a number of factors such as place of residence, number of children, ages of the children and the working hours. If the child needs special care such as medical treatment or first aid, this will require a trained babysitter hence rates will be higher.
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