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 What is the Starting Salary for a Daycare Worker?

Answer The starting salary of a daycare worker varies with level of education. PayScale.com reports that the median salary for new daycare workers is about $25,000. However, the Bureau of Labor Statistics... Read More »
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What is the starting salary of a social worker?

The PayScale Report reveals that social workers start with an annual salary of $31,570 to $41,829 as of May 2010. However, with one to four years of experience, they make $33,251 to $44,664 and wit... Read More »
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How many children can one daycare worker have?

Different states have different laws for staff-to-children ratios in daycare settings. The recommended ratios are one adult for every three to four infants and one adult for every four to six child... Read More »
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How to Become a Certified Daycare Worker in Illinois?

If cuddling infants, playing hide-and-seek with toddlers and painting with preschoolers sounds exciting, maybe you should consider becoming a licensed day care worker. Becoming a licensed daycare w... Read More »
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How much does the average daycare worker make?

I started at $10 an hour. The secret is to get into a Learning Center (which is just like a daycare, but they do lessons as well). They pay much better. Try KinderCare or LaPetite Academy.
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