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www.care.com/babysitting-rates

Check babysitting rates on Care.com's Babysitting Rates Calculator. Its simple and free. Enter the number of children, zip code and number of years of ...

www.care.com/c/stories/3158/how-much-should-you-pay-your-sitter

According to the Care.com 2017 Babysitter Survey, the average babysitting rate in 2016 was $13.97 per hour -- which is up 26 percent from $11.11 per hour in ...

www.sittercity.com/parents/find-child-care/how-much-should-you-pay-your-sitter-or-nanny

Find out about pay rates for babysitters and nannies. When determining how much to pay your babysitter or nanny, it's important to set a competitive rate to ...

lifehacker.com/this-calculator-shows-how-much-you-should-pay-your-baby-1711689076

Jun 16, 2015 ... Babysitters make more in cities with a high cost of living. According to Care.com's study, the average hourly babysitting rate in San Francisco, ...

time.com/money/4746291/babysitter-hourly-rate-average-pay

Apr 19, 2017 ... The 2017 Babysitter Survey from Care.com shows babysitters earn nearly $14 an hour, on average, nationally. Tipping sitters is on the rise too.

www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/how-much-does-it-cost-to-pay-a-babysitter-in-2017_us_58d1780ce4b07112b6473281

Mar 21, 2017 ... Babysitter rates are climbing. The average U.S. hourly babysitter rate for one child is $15.20, though expect higher if you live in a metropolitan ...

blog.urbansitter.com/2nd-annual-national-childcare-rate-survey-babysitting-rates-nanny-rates

In 2013 UrbanSitter surveyed and compiled data from nearly 6,000 families across the US to calculate the average hourly rates for babysitting and nannying by ...

abcnews.go.com/Business/pay-babysitter/story?id=23736479

May 15, 2015 ... According to UrbanSitter's 2014 Childcare Rate Survey of nine large metro areas, the average babysitter wage paid in New York City is $15.34 ...

joinbubble.com/support/babysitting-rates-uk_1121.html

Jan 10, 2017 ... Since we all need a break from looking after the kids from time to time, you could argue that babysitters pretty much prop up our society. They're ...