10 Reasons More People are Hiring Nannies
September 27, 2011 | in Background Check
It is typically perceived that the hiring of a nanny is saved for the affluent community. However, more and more working-class couples are hiring these in-house professionals as a viable alternate to other resources. Here are some of the more common reasons why nannies are becoming so popular.
- No compromise –The hiring of a nanny enables the couple to work and maintain the economic solvency of the household while not compromising the care of their children, in their own home.
- The numbers work: a nanny will be an added expense, but more couples are realizing that the expense of a nanny is more economical than having one parent stay at home and be responsible to the children and house.
- Newborn care –For a couple with a newborn, a nanny can provide the guidance and tutelage of infant care for the new parents…as well as keeping the odd hours of infant’s needs.
- Flexible hours –Most daycare centers have constraints with hours of operation. The hours of the nanny are negotiated to the need of the couple and children.
- Mobility – There is mobility associated with a hired nanny, as this nanny can accompany you on a vacation or trip that requires the couple to be occupied with important matters. This permits you to travel with the children without the worry of their care.
- It’s a customizable proposition: Whether the hours and services are created by particular tasks that need to be done or by the unique schedule of the children, the nanny can be hired for those tasks or times of greatest need.
- Home-based businesses – With the popularity of home-based businesses on the rise, couples are finding nannies to be an incredible asset as these professionals can care for the children and home while the at-home business person gets their work done without interruption.
- Health concerns – Childcare centers are venues that are notorious for sharing germs. A nanny provides equal supervision and care without the threat of foreign germs.
- Tutoring – Some nannies are specifically hired to render tutoring needs of a child who may need a little extra help in schoolwork.
- Special needs – Oftentimes, a nanny who is trained and versed in the care of children with special needs will be hired to employ the unique programmatic or daily needs of such children without having to subject the child to a sterile, communal facility each day.
The justifications associated with hiring domestic help and the unique demands of each household vary from family to family. Couples are finding that the economical and stress-relieving insertion of a nanny into their family structure is a sound decision to make.← 10 Hidden Costs Associated with a Nanny | 10 Questions to Ask a Prospective Nanny →
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