The International Nanny Association, which just celebrated their 30th Annual Conference in April, conducts a salary and benefit survey frequently. The results from the 2014 Salary and Benefit survey have been released. This is a great resource for families, agencies and nannies when discussing salary and benefits for yearly raises and hiring scenarios.
The INA sponsors this survey to provide credible salary and benefit information about in-home child care professionals. The 2014 Nanny Salary and Benefits survey highlights the effects of training and experience on salary and benefits and monitors salary and benefit changes over time.
The INA engaged the professional support of Survey Design & Analysis, a professional research firm, to conduct the survey and provide analysis of the results. Many results were bounced off the 2012 INA Nanny Salary and Benefits survey to illustrate salary and benefits trends. The 2014 survey marks the first time the survey was distributed internationally, and includes results from Australia. The survey represents 982 complete plus 261 partial responses.
Respondents were 99 % female, 92% live outside the employer’s home, 85% have some college education and 77% work full time, up from 70% in 2012. 53% report that their current employment fits the nanny job description, and 38% are nanny/house managers. 72% have more than 5 years of experience in the field.
– See more at: http://www.nanny.org/2014-nanny-salary-benefits-survey/?code=204&message=User+not+logged+in.#sthash.vhxCzXY4.dpuf
Here are a few tidbits of information that was discovered in the 2014 survey:
39% of respondents found their current job through a traditional, brick and mortar nanny referral agency, while 34% found their job online, a 10% increase from 2012. 67% have a written work agreement in place with their family. It is important to note that 80% of respondents who were placed by a nanny agency have a written work agreement. A written work agreement is a key predictor of long term retention in the position. – See more at: http://www.nanny.org/2014-nanny-salary-benefits-survey/?code=204&message=User+not+logged+in.#sthash.vhxCzXY4.dpuf
To read all of the findings and see where you potentially fall in the 2014 INA Salary and Benefits Survey please visit:
Please make sure to share this with your agencies, families and those in the nanny industry.