Childcare Worker

After School Coordinator, After School Counselor, Assistant Teacher, Attendant, Au Pair, Baby Attendant   More Names
Babysitter, Before and After School Daycare Worker, Boarding Mother, Bus Escort, Bus Matron, Caregiver, Child Attendant, Child Care Aide, Child Care Assistant, Child Care Attendant, Child Care Development Specialist, Child Care Provider, Child Care Sitter, Child Care Supervisor, Child Care Teacher, Child Care Worker, Child Caregiver, Child Daycare Worker, Child Life Specialist, Child Monitor, Child's Nurse, Childcare Aide, Childcare Attendant, Childcare Provider, Childcare Worker, Children's Aide, Children's Attendant, Children's Institution Attendant, Children's Lunchroom Supervisor, Classroom Monitor, Day Care Aide, Day Care Assistant, Day Care Attendant, Day Care Home Mother, Day Care Home Provider, Day Care Supervisor, Daycare Assistant, Daycare Provider, Daycare Teacher, Daycare Worker, Family Day Care Provider, Governess, Hall Monitor, Home Child Care Provider, Infant and Toddler Teacher, Infant Childcare Provider, Infant Room Teacher, Infant Teacher, Lunchroom Aide, Lunchroom Attendant, Lunchroom Monitor, Lunchroom Mother, Mother Helper, Mother's Helper, Nanny, Nursemaid, Nursery Attendant, Nursery Helper, Nursery School Attendant, Nursery Supervisor, Parent Aide, Playground Attendant, Playground Monitor, Playground Supervisor, Playroom Attendant, School Bus Aide, School Bus Attendant, School Bus Monitor, School Childcare Attendant, Sitter, Toddler Caregiver, Toddler Teacher

The wage data and labor market projections presented below reflect a range of related occupations. Actual wages are likely to vary by location and employer.

Local Wages
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Period
2016
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Hourly Wage
Yearly Wage
  • High is the wage at which 90% of workers earn less and 10% earn more.
  • Median is the wage at which 50% of workers earn less and 50% earn more.
  • Low is the wage at which 10% of workers earn less and 90% earn more.
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Career Snapshot

Typical Education:

High School or GED (HS)
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Percent Job Growth:

6% - Slower than average
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Typical Wages:

Annual: $18,680 - $25,490

Hourly: $9 - $12