Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for an In-Home Childcare Provider is $32,161 per year or $15 per hour. The highest paying In-Home Childcare Provider jobs have a salary over $45,000 per year while the lowest paying In-Home Childcare Provider jobs pay $22,000 per year
Nannies are family employees who are primarily responsible for taking care of children in the family's house. They are usually tapped to take care of the kids while the parents are at work or away on vacation. Their responsibilities include preparing food for the children, feeding the children, bathing them, dressing them up, ensuring that they take a nap, playing with them, and tucking them to bed at night. They also ensure that the schedule set by the parents is being followed. They may also do other household chores such as cleaning, watering the plants, washing the dishes, among others.
No, you cannot make $100,000 per year as an in-home childcare provider. It is highly unlikely to earn over $100k because the average annual salary for an in-home childcare provider is $29,927. Even in-home childcare providers in higher-paid positions do not typically earn more than $42,000 per year.