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According to the U.S. Department of Labor, child care workers providing residential care (a group that includes nannies) had median hourly earnings of $9.77 in May 2015. A person making this wage and working full time at 40 hours a week would have a yearly income of approximately $20,320. The department also reports that of all child care workers, 10 percent earned less than $8.12 per hour (approximately $16,900 per year), and 10 percent earned more than $14.78 per hour (approximately $30,750 per year).

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