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Question by  miso (22)

What is a reasonable hourly rate for babysitting?


Answer by  cammieo (169)

A reasonable hourly rate for babysitting is about $5-$7 an hour for 1 child. The rate would go u for any additional children as well as the time spend with them (exampel: is the babysitting time over 8 hours long?)


Answer by  Judy123 (18)

Reasonable hourly rates for babysitting vary depending on a few different factors, such as, age of the babysitter, age of the children, amount of children, location, and time of day. For example, 2-3 kids watched by a college-aged individual or older in Westchester would be about $18/hour.


Answer by  Caryn85 (418)

This depends on what is including in your babysitting. If you are babysitting young children you can often charge a little more. Where as when children get older they need a babysitter less and less. A good starting point is $8 to $10 an hour.


Answer by  Ovidiu (55)

A commonly accepted rate for babysitting would be in my opinion somewhere around 10$ per hour. The weekend charge might be a little bit higher and get up to 15$, but usually the average should be around 10$.


Answer by  worker76 (773)

that depends on how many kids there are and how much experience a sitter has with children. On average I would say a reasonable wage for sitters is between 10-13 an hour depending on the forementioned

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