Nanny earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Nanny salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $27,213
Alabama $18,770
Arkansas $23,255
Arizona $23,930
California $26,360
Colorado $26,880
Connecticut $25,720
District of Columbia $30,880
Delaware $20,560
Florida $23,590
Georgia $19,660
Guam $18,920
Hawaii $23,672
Iowa $19,843
Idaho $21,740
Illinois $24,250
Indiana $24,312
Kansas $21,691
Kentucky $23,283
Louisiana $18,790
Massachusetts $30,090
Maryland $24,994
Maine $24,030
Michigan $22,150
Minnesota $25,820
Missouri $21,550
Mississippi $18,560
Montana $21,140
North Carolina $22,940
North Dakota $23,450
Nebraska $22,510
New Hampshire $23,100
New Jersey $24,470
New Mexico $19,730
Nevada $21,320
New York $26,780
Ohio $20,820
Oklahoma $19,290
Oregon $24,948
Pennsylvania $22,920
Puerto Rico $18,010
Rhode Island $27,560
South Carolina $19,570
South Dakota $20,230
Tennessee $19,760
Texas $22,150
Utah $20,910
Virginia $22,210
Virgin Islands $20,190
Vermont $27,600
Washington $27,270
Wisconsin $21,300
West Virginia $20,180
Wyoming $23,940

How do nanny salaries compare to similar careers?

Nannies earn 28% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than elementary school teachers but more than childcare workers.

Career Median Salary
Elementary school teacher salary $55K
Health educator salary $53K
Clergy salary $51K
Childcare program administrator salary $47K
Teacher salary $42K
Nanny salary $29K
Library assistant salary $27K
Preschool teacher salary $24K
Childcare worker salary $22K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)