The pocket money for au pairs is 4,550 DKK per month (gross). The au pair continues to receive this pocket money in case of illness and also during holidays.
How do I become an au pair in Denmark?
Au Pair Programme in DenmarkThe au pair has to be between 18 and 29 years old.The au pair needs to be able to speak Danish or alternatively must be able to speak either Swedish, Norwegian, English or German.A permit of residence will only be issued if the au pair has not received a residence permit previously.
How much do au pairs get paid?
Au pairs must receive a weekly stipend from the host family that is at least $195.75 per week. The weekly au pair stipend is a minimum payment requirement and host families and au pairs are free to agree to compensation higher than this legally applicable minimum.
Can I get a job in Denmark?
The Danish public vacancy banks On the Jobnet website you can search for job vacancies and get tips for job seekers in Denmark. You can also visit Work in Denmark and its website and search for job vacancies. Work in Denmark is the public agency that works to recruit qualified employees to Denmark from other countries.
How much is an Au Pair per month?
The average cost of Au Pair program for Host Families is as follow: Au Pair cost per week: 80 - 370 USD. Au Pair cost per month: 360 - 1650 USD. Au Pair cost per year: 4320 - 19800 USD.
Is it cheaper to have a nanny or daycare?
The price of daycare tends to be more affordable than a nanny since you are sharing the cost with other families. An in-home daycare center, also known as family care, is usually less expensive than a traditional daycare (but also offers fewer benefits like resources and multiple teachers..
How many days off do au pairs get?
Your au pair is entitled to two weeks of paid vacation over the course of the 12-month program. This is on par with the average American worker with 1 year of service. According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, US workers receive an average of 10 paid days (or the equivalent of two working weeks).