Accepting the right nanny position is a huge decision, since most families want or expect a year long commitment from the nanny. If you make the wrong choice, you may end up being miserable. Take a look at the following tips while considering a nanny position.
Once you figure out what type of job would be best for you, start looking for families who are offering what you are looking for. You definitely want to work for a family that you get along with on all levels and who you can grow with. You should be able to get a good idea if the family is a match during a phone interview and definitely during the in-person interview. Go with your gut and remember that honestly is the best policy. If there is something you don’t agree on, make sure you talk about it since it may turn into a bigger issue later.
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