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Every year Nannytax survey the salaries of nannies across the UK. This report details the national divide between nannies in the North and nannies in the South, the desire for older, more experienced ...

Every year Nannytax survey the salaries of nannies across the UK. This report details the national divide between nannies in the North and nannies in the South, the desire for older, more experienced nannies across the country and the stagnation of wages for childcarers in London.

I was both the driving force behind the 2013 survey and the author of this report. I was responsible for the preparation of the actual survey as well as the compiling and comparing all the data that we received.

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  • Payroll+ for parents and nannies 2013 Nannytax Wages Survey Annual Results Report January 2014
  • Contents 2013 UK Nanny Salaries Nannytax Wages Survey 2013 Data has been collected from: 437 nannies Nannytax Wages Survey 2013 Annual Report 566 nanny employers 3 Annual Survey Results 4 Ofsted Registration 95 nanny agencies UK Nanny Salary Map Average weekly wages by region, calculated from data collected from the 2013 Nannytax Wages Survey, and based on a 50 hour week. Figures are rounded to the nearest pound and are intended for guideline purposes only. 6 Scotland The Professional Nanny Hour Gross Week Gross Week Net Live-in £6.82 £341 £286 Live-out £11.41 £570 £422 8 Net vs Gross 10 National Divide 12 Scotland Northern Ireland Hour Gross Week Gross Week Net Live-in £6.47 £324 £274 Live-out £6.36 £318 £271 North East 14 Week Gross Week Net Live-in £8.30 £415 £337 Live-out Nannyshares vs Part Time Hour Gross £9.21 £460 £367 N.East N. Ireland Midlands N.West Hour Gross North West Hour Gross Week Gross Live-in £7.12 £356 £9.95 £497 £392 Hour Gross Week Gross £369 £510 £401 £7.93 £396 £324 Live-out £9.35 £468 £372 W. Midlands Week Gross Week Net Live-in £8.53 £426 £344 Live-out £9.35 £468 Week Gross Week Net Live-in £7.88 £394 £322 £9.93 £4.97 £392 Anglia Wales London S. East & Home Counties South West Hour Gross Hour Gross Live-out E. Midlands Week Net Live-in Week Net East Anglia Wales £372 Central London Home Counties Hour Gross Week Gross Live-in £7.68 £384 £315 Live-out £10.44 £522 £409 © 2014 Week Net Hour Gross Week Gross Live-in £9.47 £473 £376 Live-out S.West South East 2 | www.nannytax.co.uk | NT_WSAR2013_01.14_V1 | © 2014 £463 £10.19 £296 Live-out £9.25 Live-out Week Net Week Gross Live-in Yorkshire & Humberside Week Net £13.44 £672 £511 Greater London Hour Gross Week Gross Week Net Live-in £9.11 £455 £364 Live-out £11.67 £583 £451 Hour Gross Week Gross Week Net Live-in £8.51 £426 £344 Live-out £12.53 £626 £481 | NT_WSAR2013_01.14_V1 | www.nannytax.co.uk | 3
  • Annual Survey Results Table 3 – LIVE IN nannies: % changes year on year Tables and Analysis Central London Greater London & HC Rest of UK Weekly Net Nannytax publishing weekly and hourly gross rates for the first time this year. This year for the first time Nannytax are publishing weekly and hourly gross rates along with weekly net and annual gross salaries. Historically the nanny industry has talked about and agreed net wage figures and this is why previously the survey results have also been presented as a weekly net. Many nannies,employers and agencies,particularly in the South of England,are still agreeing a net wage (see p. 10 for further analysis). As Nannytax have been campaigning for nanny agencies, employers and nannies themselves to agree gross salaries for many years we feel that our Wages Survey results should reflect this. The gross figures should also give a clearer picture of the actual average rates across the country. Despite other surveys indicating that childcare costs have increased by as much as 19% across the country, our results show that the increase in nanny wages has been much smaller. Although the recent economic growth in the UK is very much London-led, live in nannies in London have seen their wages fall. This is particularly interesting in relation to findings from the survey relating to other key differences in the nanny industry in London – namely that London nannies have a much higher chance of not being originally from the UK and are more likely to agree a net wage (see p. 12 for further analysis). % Change Annual Gross Weekly Net % Change Annual Gross 2013 £376 -5.39 £24,614 £368 9.14 £23,971 £344 7.84 £22,118 2012 £389 -2 £26,017 £336 -4.69 £21,963 £317 -2.19 £20,509 2011 £397 4.28 £26,870 £353 4.98 £23,513 £324 14.60 £21,291 2010 £380 7.04 £25,842 £336 6.67 £22,523 £283 0.35 2009 £355 2.31 £23,949 £315 3.62 £20,934 £282 0.36 £18,435 2008 £347 -2.25 £23,525 £304 2.70 £20,227 £281 4.46 £18,524 2007 £355 8.23 £24,545 £296 4.60 £19,988 £269 4.26 £17,908 2006 £328 4.50 £22,582 £283 1.80 £19,079 £258 2.40 £17,142 2005 £314 7.50 £21,573 £278 4.00 £18,776 £252 6.00 Weekly Net Weekly Gross Hourly Gross Central London £376.23 £473.35 £09.47 Greater London & Home Counties £367.75 £460.99 £16,761 Central London Greater London & HC £425.34 £343.58 % Change Annual Gross Weekly Net % Change Annual Gross Weekly Net % Change Annual Gross 2013 £511 02.39 £34,941 £454 05.46 £30,578 £389 -1.78 £25,554 2012 £495 -0.34 £34,124 £428 01.63 £28,995 £389 01.42 £26,017 2011 £497 01.41 £34,516 £421 -0.11 £28,713 £384 06.68 £25,877 2010 £490 05.15 £34,127 £422 11.05 £29,009 £360 10.09 £24,335 2009 £466 03.79 £32,316 £380 01.60 £25,842 £327 -2.97 £21,843 2008 £449 -3.65 £31,203 £374 01.63 £25,559 £337 04.33 £22,766 £466 14.22 £33,179 £368 06.98 £25,548 £323 08.39 £22,100 £408 02.26 £28,786 £344 03.61 £23,825 £298 01.71 £20,171 £399 04.00 £28,171 £332 02.00 £22,971 £293 03.75 £19,948 Table 5 – Rates across the UK LIVE IN nannies LIVE OUT nannies Weekly Gross Hourly Gross Weekly Gross Hourly Gross Weekly Net Weekly Gross Hourly Gross £322.40 £394.23 £7.88 £392.06 £496.57 £9.93 Home Counties Weekly Net Weekly Net East Anglia Table 2 – LIVE OUT nannies £363.97 £455.33 £9.11 £541.01 £583.33 £11.67 London £354.88 £442.04 £8.84 £479.04 £625.13 £12.50 Central London • £671.95 £13.44 Midlands £368.89 £462.51 £9.25 £401.00 £509.68 £10.19 £454.15 £588.03 £11.76 North East £336.53 £415.06 £8.30 £367.47 £460.44 £9.21 Rest of UK • £511.20 Greater London & Home Counties • in Greater London and the Home Counties Rest of UK Weekly Net £08.51 Rest of UK increase on salaries Table 4 – LIVE OUT nannies: % changes year on year £09.22 Central London nannies in 9.14% £18,527 2005 Table 1 – LIVE IN nannies 2013 Weekly Net 2006 2013 Nanny Salaries gross per hour for Annual Gross 2007 It is also interesting to note that live-out nannies have seen their wages remain much more stable than live-in nannies. Although the increase in salary for live-in nannies has been much greater in Outer London and the Home Counties, we can see that the drop in salary for livein nannies in Inner London has also been much greater. Demand for live-in nannies has been historically low and remains low, and this may be the reason for the sharp drop in wages in Inner London (see p. 15 for further analysis). £13.44 % Change £388.54 £491.43 £09.83 N. Ireland £274.39 £323.53 £6.47 £270.69 £318.19 £6.36 North West £296.33 £355.96 £7.12 £392.47 £497.26 £9.95 Scotland £286.25 £341.10 £6.82 £442.21 £570.37 £11.41 South East £315.45 £384.06 £7.68 £409.21 £521.96 £10.44 South West £344.28 £426.36 £8.53 £372.30 £467.52 £9.35 Wales £323.93 £396.42 £7.93 £372.43 £467.67 £9.35 Figures are taken from the Nannytax Wages Survey 2013 and the Nannytax Nanny Index 2013 and are based on a 50 hour week The Nannytax Nanny Index used data taken 2984 nannies – a cross section of the total currently employed nannies registered with Nannytax Nannytax Wages Survey comprises of data collected from 95 nanny agencies, 437 nannies and 566 nanny employers. 4 | www.nannytax.co.uk | NT_WSAR2013_01.14_V1 | © 2014 © 2014 | NT_WSAR2013_01.14_V1 | www.nannytax.co.uk | 5
  • Ofsted Registration 1 Why did you decide not to register with Ofsted? My employer doesn’t benefit from the vouchers Ofsted nannies registered at their employer’s request Too expensive 17.2% Don’t see the point 28.0% Doesn’t add anything to my career as a nanny 37.1% Application was too complicated 71.5% 37.1% 2013 10.3% The number of Ofsted registered nannies has fallen slightly from last year’s survey and is now 67.6%, down from 73.4%. I didn’t understand what ‘Common Core Skills’ meant 00.9% Didn’t know I could 04.3% Of those registered 71.5% were asked to by their employer, rising from 63.7% in 2012. The number who saw it as making them more employable has risen from 20.1% to 37.2%. Of nannies who were not Ofsted registered 30.2% said this was because their employer did not require them to be. Not required by my employer 30.2% Other 12.2% Is your nanny Ofsted Registered? 2012 2013 65.5% 53.4% 54.7% 52.2% 34.5% 38.2% 45.3% 41.2% Don’t know 00.0% 08.4% 00.0% 06.6% Is she registered because you receive Tax Free Childcare Vouchers? Nanny Responses 2013 Yes 73.4% 26.6% 2012 2013 It makes me more employable 20.1% 37.2% Childcare Vouchers 23.5% 1 2 Yes 76.5% 3 76.5% 32.4% Why did you register with Ofsted? Nanny only registered for No 23.5% 67.6% No 76.5% No 2013 Yes 1 2011 No The most commonly selected reason for not being Ofsted registered was that Ofsted registration does not add anything to the life of a nanny (37.1%). 2010 Yes Contrary to anecdotal evidence, price and the complicated application process were not a major factors in putting nannies off registering with Ofsted. Only 17.2% said that Ofsted registration was too expensive and only 10.3% said that application was too complicated. 2012 does not add anything to nanny career Nanny Employer Responses This is consistent with the nanny employers surveyed: those who employ an Ofsted registered nanny (52.2% of total), 76.5% said that this was because they used Tax Free Childcare Vouchers. 20.9% of those who did not employ an Ofsted registered nanny said that the reason for this was that they did not have access to Tax Free Childcare Vouchers. Are you registered with Ofsted? Ofsted Registration My employer requested it 63.7% 26.6% 06.6% 05.4% Other 02.9% No 05.8% 2013 Yes 20.9% 20.9% 79.1% 1 2 3 No 79.1% 20.2% I could get a DBS check Yes 71.5% Shows my commitment to childcare/want to be recognised as an Ofsted Registered nanny Is she not registered because you don’t have access to Childcare Vouchers? of nanny employers Nanny Agency Responses Do your clients prefer their nannies to be Ofsted Registered? Nannies’ reasons for registering with Ofsted in 2013 Don’t know 4% 2013 05.8% Yes I could get a DBS check 05.4% No 26.7% Shows commitment 20.2% Don’t know 69.3% Employer request 71.5% Makes me more employable No 26.1% 04.0% 37.2% Other 1 2 Yes 69.3% 3 1 Nannies were able to select mulitple reasons 6 | www.nannytax.co.uk | NT_WSAR2013_01.14_V1 | © 2014 © 2014 | NT_WSAR2013_01.14_V1 | www.nannytax.co.uk | 7
  • The Professional Nanny How old are you? Nannies are British and serious about childcare 2011 21.1% The stereotype of a nanny as a young worker traveling to the UK to take a temporary ‘stop gap’ job has been completely refuted by this survey. 64.5% of nannies working in the UK are British according to their employers. This is a slight drop from previous years (down from 67.1%) which has been reflected in slight increases in other nationalities across the board. The next largest nationality group is Eastern Europe, with just 15.1% of nanny employers saying this is where their nanny is from. Of nannies surveyed, 77.3% were British. 19.3% 27.3% 22.2% 10.4% 09.8% 04.0% 02.8% 25.2% 23.1% 11.3% 09.3% 04.8% 03.6% 02.4% Under 20 21-25 26-30 31-35 36-40 41-45 46-50 51-55 55-60 61+ 2012 03.3% How long have you been working as a nanny for? Most importantly, nannying is not a ‘stop-gap’ job as is often suggested. There has been a significant drop in the number of nannies who have been working as a nanny for less than a year down from 17.9% in 2012 to just 5% in the 2013 survey. 32.1% of nannies had been working as a nanny for between 1 and 4 years but more than a third of nannies surveyed (36.3%) have been working as a nanny for more than 10 years. 2012 2013 Less than 1 year 1-4 years 4-7 years 7-10 years More than 10 years Nannies are also typically older than the stereotype suggests. 45.4% of nannies are aged between 21 and 30, and 35.5% of nannies are aged between 31 and 40. 13.8% of nannies are aged between 41 and 50, and just 1.2.% of nannies are under 20. 17.9% 27.7% 17.2% 07.6% 29.7% 05.0% 32.1% 15.6% 10.9% 36.3% 2013 Those nannies that have been working for longer also reflect an older age group, with just 8.9% aged between 21 and 30 and 58.1% of this group being aged between 31 and 40. 01.2% of nannies surveyed are 45.4% under 20 years old 35.5% 13.8% 03.9% 00.2% 2 Do you have a pension? 36.6% 2013 020% Yes,providedbypreviousemployer 01.7% Yes, personal pension 18.5% No 78.1% Yes, provided by my employer have been a nanny for over years 10 2013 10+ years 36.3% Nannies are also looking towards their futures, with 18.5% of nannies having a personal pension scheme. For nannies who have been in the profession for more than 7 years, this figure rises to 27.7%. 1.2% 2013 7-10 years 15.6% 4-7 years 15.6% No 36.3% 1 year 5% 1-4 years 32.1% Personal 18.5% Employer 2% Previous employer 1.7% Nanny Responses 77.3% 01.2% 04.3% 07.5% 010% 00.2% 01.4% 00.7% 00.7% 00.5% 00.7% – – 04.1% 00.2% 2 3 4 5 2013 Europe 11.8% Australasia 4.1% South Africa1.4% Rest of World 5.2% UK 77.3% 5 8 | www.nannytax.co.uk | NT_WSAR2013_01.14_V1 | © 2014 4 3 2 1 2010 UK Ireland Western Europe Eastern Europe Scandinavia Africa South Africa America/Canada South America Middle East/Asia China/South East Asia Indian Subcontinent Australasia Russia 1 Where is your nanny from? 2 3 4 5 77.3% British UK Ireland Western Europe Eastern Europe Scandinavia Africa South Africa America/Canada South America Middle East/Asia China/South East Asia Asia Indian Subcontinent Australasia Russia Nanny Employer Responses 2013 1 What best describes where you are from? 2011 2012 2013 67.3% 67.5% 67.1% 64.5% 18.2% 00.3% 05.2% 12.5% 00.4% 00.3% 01.0% 01.0% 02.4% 00.6% 04.4% 00.8% 03.5% 00.2% 00.9% 06.2% 14.3% 00.2% 00.1% 01.6% 00.4% 01.8% 00.9% 04.1% 00.2% 02.1% 00.1% 01.4% 05.6% 15.1% 00.4% 00.4% 01.4% 00.6% 02.2% 00.4% 03.4% 00.4% 03.6% 00.4% 00.9% 02.0% 03.0% 06.4% 02.0% 00.2% © 2014 2 Nannies were ask to select all that applied | NT_WSAR2013_01.14_V1 | www.nannytax.co.uk | 9
  • Net vs Gross Salary Net vs Gross Salary Agreements in 2013 Nannies and their employers disagree Nanny Responses Don’t know 10.9% 10.9% Nannytax have been campaigning for the nanny industry to discuss wages in gross figures for a number of years. Broadly speaking the number of wages agreed in gross has increased year on year, with the number of agencies discussing gross figures increasing from 30.9% in 2010 to 56.7% in 2013. DON’T KNOW This has remained a stable figure for nanny employers, varying between 52.1% in 2011 and 56.7% in 2012. The figure for 2013 was 53.4%. of nannies if their salary is agreed in NET or GROSS However, nannies themselves do not seem to be agreeing a gross wage. Only 31.9% of nannies agreed their most recent salary in gross. This is a slight increase from 2012 when only 28.9% of nannies agreed a gross wage. Surprisingly, 10.9% of nannies did not know either way whether they had agreed a net wage or a gross wage. This disagreement suggests that net wages are being discussed but gross wages are being implemented in the employment contract. This explains a number of anecdotal difficulties experienced by nannies and nanny employers when wages change. Gross 31.9% 1 2 Net 57.2% Nanny Employer Responses Nanny Responses Gross Did you agree your salary in Net or Gross? Net Gross Don’t know 2012 61.9% 28.7% 09.4% 2013 46.6% 53.4% 53.4% 2013 57.2% 31.9% 10.9% 2012 43.3% 56.7% 3 1 2 Net 3 46.6% Nanny Employer Responses Did you agree your nanny’s salary in Net or Gross? Net Gross 2010 47.9% 52.1% Nanny Agency Responses Do you suggest salaries are agreed in Net or Gross? Net Gross 10 | www.nannytax.co.uk | NT_WSAR2013_01.14_V1 | © 2014 Nanny Agency Responses Gross 2010 69.1% 30.9% 2011 66.2% 33.8% 2012 44.4% 55.6% 2013 43.3% 56.7% 56.7% 1 Net 43.3% © 2014 2 3 | NT_WSAR2013_01.14_V1 | www.nannytax.co.uk | 11
  • National Divide Nanny Responses The North doesn’t do net Where are you from? North M’lands South London 93.1% 94.9% 74.3% 55.2% 01.5% 03.0% 05.0% 07.3% 08.5% 15.2% Scandinavia 01.2% 01.8% Africa 00.3% 00.6% South Africa 01.8% 03.6% America/Canada 00.3% 00.6% In the South this figure is substantially reduced with just 50.7% of agencies suggesting a gross wage. 49.9% of nanny employers agreed a gross wage and only 26.4% of nannies said they agreed a gross wage. South America 00.9% 01.8% Middle East/Asia 00.6% 01.2% China/South East Asia 00.9% 01.8% When we reduce the area even further to look exclusively at the London and Greater London area, this figure drops even further. Only 35.3% of agencies in London and Greater London suggest a gross wage and just 17.9% of nannies employed in this area say they agreed a gross wage. 38.6% of nanny employers in London said they had agreed a gross wage with their nanny. Indian Subcontinent 04.7% 07.9% UK Ireland When looking at the responses on a more local level (in England only as there were too few responses from Scottish, Welsh and Norther Irish nannies, employers and agencies) there is a clear divide between the South and the rest of the country. Western Europe Eastern Europe In the North the majority of respondents use a gross wage (100% of agencies, 78.3% of nanny employers, 64% of nannies). This is also true of the Midlands, though the proportions using a gross wage are lower (66.6% of agencies, 75% of nanny employers, 45.7% of nannies). However, it is important to note that a greater proportion of nannies in the North and Midlands did not know whether they had agreed a net wage or a gross wage. 16% of nannies in the North did not know what type of wage they had agreed and 20% of nannies in the Midland did not. This compares to only 9.7% of nanny respondents in the South. 03.4% 03.4% 02.6% Australasia 02.6% Russia Where is your nanny from? North South London 91.3% UK M’lands 95.0% 60.5% 42.5% Ireland 01.6% 02.8% Western Europe 06.0% 08.7% Eastern Europe 17.1% 25.2% Scandinavia 00.2% 00.4% Africa 04.3% 00.5% 00.8% South Africa 01.6% 00.8% discuss salaries in GROSS America/Canada 00.7% 00.4% South America 02.5% 04.3% Middle East/Asia 00.5% 00.8% China/South East Asia 03.9% 06.3% There were no nationality groups apart from British that were represented throughout the UK by all responding groups. North LONDON 00.3% If London and Greater London were to be excluded from national figures altogether (including British nannies employed in the area) only 8% of all nannies surveyed would have been from outside the UK and just 12.7% of nanny employers would not have a British nanny. of nanny agencies in the of non UK nannies are based in Nanny Employer Responses This is not the only point of difference between the South and the rest of the country. Of the nannies that completed the survey 22.7% (94 nannies) said they were not originally from the UK. 35.5% of nanny employers (177 employers) said that their nannies were not originally from the UK. 78.7% of non UK nannies are based in London or Greater London, and 82.5% of respondents employing a foreign nanny were based in London or Greater London. 100% 78.7% Indian Subcontinent 05.0% Salary agreed in: North M’lands South Nanny Agencies 20.0% 34.3% 63.9% 00.4% 72.9% Gross 64.0% 45.7% 26.4% 17.9% Don’t know Nanny Employers 00.4% London Net Nanny Responses 00.2% 04.3% Other 00.4% 05.9% 00.2% Russia Survey Respondees 00.2% 04.2% Australasia 16.0% 20.0% 09.7% 09.2% Net 21.7% 25.0% 50.1% 61.4% Gross 78.3% 75.0% 49.9% 38.6% Net 000% 33.3% 49.3% 64.7% Gross 100% 66.6% 50.7% 35.3% % Nannies: 100.00% 100 90.00% 90 93.1% Where are you from? % 100.00% 100 94.8% 90.00% 90 80.00% 80 60.00% 60 44.8% 40.00% 40 12 | www.nannytax.co.uk | NT_WSAR2013_01.14_V1 | © 2014 50.00% 50 39.4% 57.6% 42.5% UK Other Nationalities 30.00% 30 26% 20.00% 20 0 0.00% 60.6% 60.00% 60 40.00% 40 30.00% 30 10.00% 10 95% 70.00% 70 55.2% 50.00% 50 91.4% 80.00% 80 74% 70.00% 70 Employers: Where is your nanny from? 20.00% 20 6.8% North North 10.00% 10 5.2% Midlands Midlands South South London London 0.00%0 8.6% North North © 2014 5% Midlands Midlands South South London London | NT_WSAR2013_01.14_V1 | www.nannytax.co.uk | 13
  • Nannyshares vs Part Time Nanny Responses No one wants a nannyshare but everyone wants a part time nanny Full time live-in nanny Part time live-in nanny work over 35 hours pw 4.1% 54.4% work in a Part time live-out nanny 28.9% Working in a nannyshare 04.1% Not currently working as a nanny 03.8% 2013 of nannies SHARE How many hours do you currently work per week? Corresponding well with this, the demand for part-time nannies is high (High for all years from 2010 to 2013) and nearly one third of nannies surveyed (30.1% in 2013) were working part time. of part time nannies 01.3% Full time live-out nanny According to nanny agency respondents the demand for full time nannies has been steadily dropping across both live-in and live-out nannies (demand for live in nannies dropped from Average in 2010 to Low in 2011-2013, demand for full time live-out nannies dropped from High in 2010-2011 to Average in 2012-2013). This is consistent across the UK in the results of the 2013 survey. 21.1% 07.6% What is your current employment situation? Hours 00-10 10-15 15-20 20-25 25-30 30-35 35-40 40-45 45-50 50+ The hours worked by part time nannies in the UK are high, however, with 37.5% of nanny agencies suggesting that the average hours for a part time nanny were between 25 and 30 hours per week. 21.1% of nannies who responded that they were in part time work were working over 35 hours per week (the suggested starting-point for full time hours). However, according to nanny agency responses demand for ‘nannyshares’ (where one nanny is employed by 2 or more families and thereby splitting the cost) has generally been low and remains low in 2013 (Low in 2011, 2012 and 2013). This is reflected in the number of nanny respondents who are employed in a nannyshare arrangement (4.1% in 2013). This is despite 67.4% of agencies surveyed in 2012 stating that they promoted nannyshares to their clients. Those nannies working in a nannyshare were also working long hours across all of their employers, with 68.8% working for 40 or more hours per week. Only 54.9% of single employer nannies stated they are working for 40 or more hours per week. It is worth noting that a greater proportion of single employer nannies were working for 50+ hours per week (23.6% of single employer nannies, 18.8% of nannyshare nannies). All respondents 01.1% 03.4% 04.5% 06.6% 05.8% 10.3% 13.0% 17.7% 14.6% 23.5% 3 3 Full time 00.0% 01.2% 00.0% 00.8% 01.2% 05.7% 13.1% 23.3% 20.4% 34.3% 3 Part time 03.4% 08.4% 14.2% 19.3% 14.2% 20.2% 12.6% 04.2% 01.7% 01.7% Nannyshare 00.0% 00.0% 00.0% 00.0% 12.5% 06.3% 12.5% 31.3% 18.8% 18.8% Nanny Agency Responses Demand for type of nanny Full time live-in Only 18.8% of nannyshare nannies worked ‘part time hours’ (fewer than 35 per week across all employers), contrasting with the 32.1% of single employer respondents who stated they work fewer than 35 hours per week. Full time live-out Nannyshare Part-time nanny School holiday nanny 2010 2011 2012 2013 AVERAGE LOW LOW LOW HIGH HIGH AVERAGE AVERAGE LOW LOW LOW HIGH HIGH HIGH LOW LOW LOW HIGH HIGH HIGH AVERAGE AVERAGE AVERAGE AVERAGE HIGH AVERAGE AVERAGE AVERAGE HIGH LOW Before and after school nanny Temporary nanny School term-time nanny Demand for LOW Emergency nanny part time nannies remains consistently HIGH 3 Full time, part time and nannyshare hours haver been categorised by the nannies’ responses to ‘current employment situation’, also in this section. 14 | www.nannytax.co.uk | NT_WSAR2013_01.14_V1 | © 2014 © 2014 | NT_WSAR2013_01.14_V1 | www.nannytax.co.uk | 15
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