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Interview Questions for Nannies

You've got a slew of nanny names and numbers to narrow down. To help you find the best person for the job consider these questions to ask a nanny.

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In This Article

  1. 1. Interview Questions for Nannies
  2. 2. What to Look for in a Nanny

For most parents, the interviewing phase of hiring a nanny is a two-step process: prescreening the pool of applicants over the phone, then meeting the most promising applicants in person. Use this list of nanny interview questions to narrow the field. Some of these questions to ask a nanny can be done over the phone. Then, use the answers to help you decide which applicants are worthy of a face-to-face sit-down. You can save some of the personal or open-ended questions for the first meeting so you can gauge your candidate’s body language and get a bead on her confidence and personality. Just remember, when it comes to making choices in childcare, there’s no such thing as too many questions: So start with these, then add (and add) your own.

Questions to ask a nanny applicant about her personal lifestyle.


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