BabySitter Seoul - Jobs and Salary, How to find a job

What is the salary of - BabySitter Seoul?
How to find a job - BabySitter Seoul?
What are the typical job requirements for this occupation?
BabySitter Seoul - What are the typical requirements or qualifications in job postings?

Salary for the job: BabySitter Seoul - USD 1477
Average salary Seoul - USD 2787
Wages are paid in local currency: KRW (South Korean won)

The impact of the work experience on the salary:
Experienced: + 25%
Mid-Career: + 12%
Entry-Level: - 28%


Chart: (1) Salary - BabySitter (2) Average salary - Seoul


Chart: (1) Experienced (2) Medium experience (3) Partialy experience


Salary - BabySitter: (1) Seoul (2) Busan (3) Incheon

Employee benefits
Retirement plan: Very rare
Health insurance: Rarely
Internal and external training courses: No
Career development plan for the employees: No

Typical job requirements
Education level: High school
Certification: Not required
IT literate: Not necessary
Probation period: Usually required by employers
Official language: Korean, Sign language
Knowledge of foreign languages: Not necessary
Driver's licence: Not necessary
Work experience: Impact on the salary - Low

Job type:
Full Time Job
Part Time Job
Temporary Job
Contract employment
Industry: personal services jobs

Working time and paid leave
Working week: Monday - Friday
Working hours per week: 40
Overtime working hours: No
Paid vacation days: 15 (The contract may be different)
Paid public holidays: /
Lunch break: No
Lunch break duration: 30 minutes
Flexible working hours: No

Tips for finding a job as a foreigner
Is working permit / working visa required? Required
Required level of proficiency in the local language: Full professional level

Companies in Seoul, with the highest published employment and wages for this occupation - babysitter, are child-care providers and pre-school service providers.

One thing that may be useful and interesting for job seekers from abroad is that the job of a babysitter in South Korea is not legally recognized as a profession, and therefore, there are no specific laws or regulations that govern the job or set minimum standards for pay and working conditions.

This means that babysitters in South Korea often work long hours for low pay and may not receive benefits such as health insurance or paid time off. It is also common for babysitters to work without a contract or formal agreement with their employers, which can lead to disputes or legal issues.

However, some families in South Korea do pay higher rates for experienced and reliable babysitters, and there are also agencies that specialize in placing babysitters with families. Job seekers from abroad may be able to find higher-paying opportunities by working through an agency or by networking with other expats or families in their community. It's important to research the local laws and customs related to employment and to negotiate a fair contract with clear terms and expectations.

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