Nannies have a hard time taking care of little children, it is even harder when they have to take care of more than one child and they often get well compensated for their hard work.
However, when your employer is willing to pay one hundred thousand pounds which is about forty-six million naira per year something is definitely wrong.
It could be that the kids the nanny would be in charge of are demanding or the job itself is extremely demanding.
An unidentified mother of four has released advertisement to search for a nanny to take care of her children.
The woman has offered to pay the nanny one hundred thousand pounds per year for the extremely demanding job.
She also offered additional benefits such as driving a sports car, travelling to different countries at least three times a week, having meals cooked by a star chef and coming along on family holidays.
The nanny would also get living quarters with a bathroom, kitchen and a living room in all their homes, including the ones abroad.
Aside the benefits, there were also a list of demanding requirements which includes resuming work by 7am and closing by 8pm every day.
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Read the list of requirements below:
- Degree in child psychology
- No children of your own
- Minimum 15 years’ experience
- Available six days a week
- Available 7am to 8pm
- Trained in self defence
- Two-week, live-in paid trial period
- Sign non-disclosure agreement
- Happy to travel regularly
- Participate in school lessons
- Eat every meal with children
- Willing to run errands
- Taking children to appointments
- Clean UK driving licence
- No binge drinking or drug taking
- Help further knowledge outside class
- Perks of the job
- £100,000 salary
- International travel
- Meals cooked by Michelin star chef
- Use of family’s luxury cars
The advert that was posted on Childcare.co.uk has received a lot of reactions from viewers. Even with the extravagant benefit that comes with the job most of the viewers expressed that the nanny job is almost like slavery.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com TV went to the street to ask Nigerians if they would rather have money or a good family.