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Finding child care jobs that fit your schedule doesn't have to be a difficult task. Create a profile today and apply to child care jobs that match your availability, skills, and interests. You can also have families contact you if they feel that you would be a good match for their kids. We're here to help you find new jobs as you need them - part-time, full-time, anytime.

Child care jobs by the numbers:

jobs 58,736
avg. pay rate $15.75

FAQs for finding child care jobs

What is the pay rate for a child care job in 2023?
As of September 2023, the average child care job posted on pays $15.75 per hour at a national level. This rate may vary depending on where you live, how many kids you need to care for, what your previous child care experience is, any specialized training or certifications you have, and how many hours you will need to work per day or per week.
How can I find a child care job?
You can filter open positions for all child care jobs available in your area and compare them by hourly rate, whether the position is part-time or full-time, how many kids you will need to care for and what the ages of the kids are. You then need to create a profile on that lists the child care experience you have and what your desired child care job entails. Besides applying to open jobs, the families can also contact you directly about their needs.
How do I prepare for a child care job interview?
To help stand out from the other child care providers a family is interviewing, make sure you have thoroughly reviewed the job description so you can speak directly to the family's needs and anticipate questions they may have. You should arrive a little early and bring extra copies of your resume and the certifications you're earned. Expect the family to ask detailed questions about how you will act in specific situations you will find yourself in while caring for their children. Don't be shy about asking for clarification if you don't understand a question or have questions for the family. It's just as important that you're comfortable working for the family as they are having you work for them.
Can I still find child care jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Many families are using to find skilled, reliable child care providers to care for their kids. We've recently added an enhancement to the caregiver's profile where you can let families know that you've been without a fever and that no one in your family is sick. This can help start a productive conversation between you and the families that are interested in hiring you because they will know that you're doing what you can to stay healthy. You should familiarize yourself with the latest CDC guidelines for minimizing the risk of catching and spreading COVID-19 before you begin working in anyone's home.