Translation of child carer in Spanish:

child carer

cuidador de niños, n.

noun

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    cuidador de niños masculine
    cuidadora de niños feminine
    • Sometimes the best childcarer may be the neighbour.
    • There should be no bias in favour of the money-earner and against the home-maker and the childcarer.
    • A home childcarer might work most of the week as a childminder in her own home but do the odd evening shift or overnight stay at your house.
    • She qualified as a childcarer two years ago, having previously worked as a teacher in her home country of Pakistan.
    • Ms Leach also found a staggering number of mothers did not follow up the references of their childcarers or organised care at the last minute.
    • What we are seeing more and more these days is a request, particularly from primary childcarers, to compress their working hours into fewer days.
    • Increasing demand for qualified professional childcarers has seen the number of nannies in Britain reach a record 111,484 and wages rise to 30,000.
    • Childcarers deserve a decent standard of living and parents deserve peace of mind and a decent standard of living too.
    • The Government introduced a graduate-level qualification for childcarers two years ago.
    • At some point in the marriage, the wife, maintainer of the pristine house and primary child-carer, will stand at the kitchen sink daydreaming of Mr Darcy's ardent admiration for Elizabeth Bennett's fine eyes and finer mind.