Online dating au pairs

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Prospective au pairs register their details, including age, nationality, relevant experience and in many cases a photo, to be uploaded onto a website which then becomes accessible to registered families.

Making the arrangement directly with a family sight unseen and with no agency back-up carries potential risks.

Holiday au pairs usually work from July to September and accompany the family on their holidays.

Since the children are out of school, there may be less free time than during the academic year and often no chance to attend language classes.

Otherwise the same rules should apply as for ordinary au pairing.

A brief summary of job prospects and red tape is given for many of the countries of Europe below which continue to merge as part of the EU.

Note that the supply of au pairs has greatly increased in Europe with the expansion of the European Union.

Consequently, do check up on the latest requirements for employment and residency in each country via the au pair site and the IAPA.

Cyberspace buzzes with an exchange of information about live-in childcare.

A great many online agencies provide a database of families on the one hand and people looking for live-in jobs on the other so that they can match themselves up.

Au pairing (literally “living on equal terms”) provides single women and sometimes men over 18 and normally under 27 the chance to study a language and culture while living as part of a family abroad.

The demand for live-in childcare is huge especially for young women.

A good source of agency addresses is the International Au Pair Association (IAPA), though a number of member agencies operate outgoing programs only (i.e., they send their nationals abroad, primarily to learn English).