Annual Salary, Salary Range, and Highest Paying States and Industries
Nannies care for children in private households and provide support and expertise to parents in satisfying children's physical, emotional, intellectual, and social needs. Duties may include meal planning and preparation, laundry and clothing care, organization of play activities and outings, discipline, intellectual stimulation, language activities, and transportation.
Table of contents
- Average salary
- Starting salary
- Salary rank
- Salary range
- Highest paying states
- Highest paying industries
Entry-level Nannies with little to no experience can expect to make anywhere between $18,380 to $20,900 per year or $9 to $10 per hour. Similar to any other job, their salary will increase as they gain experience.
We wanted to make it easy for our readers to compare the salary of Nannies to all the other careers out there. So we created Salary Rank. We compared the salary of all careers then we gave them a rank of A, B, C, or D depending on where their average salary sit in comparison to other careers.
|Highest (Top 10%)||$18||$37,720|
|Senior (Top 25%)||$15||$30,750|
|Middle (Mid 50%)||$12||$25,460|
|Junior (Bottom 25%)||$10||$20,900|
|No experience (Bottom 10%)||$9||$18,380|
Highest paying states
Another simple way to increase your salary as a Nanny is to move to a higher paying state. However moving to a higher paying state like DC doesn’t guarantee that you will make more because the expenses at DC might be much higher than where you are currently living at right now.
According to BLS, the highest paid Nannies are in the states of DC, VT, CA, WA and MA.