Quick Fact: What Is A Long-Term Nanny?

Long-term nannies can be either a full-time or part-time nanny. The main differentiation between long-term and short-term nannies are contract lengths. Long-term nannies typically work with a family for a year or more. Whereas, short-term nannies work with the family for less than a year.

In short, long-term nannies can be both full or part-time but are expected to work continuously throughout the year.

What are the differences between full-time and part-time nannies?

Full-time nannies work within the family’s home for 40 hours or more per week. Part-time nannies work within the home for less than 40 hours per week, but also may have a minimum amount of hours.

Thinking about hiring a long-term nanny? You can request more information here or read through the articles below for further research.

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