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Child Care Workers

Child care workers take care of and teach children that have not yet enrolled in kindergarten. They also oversee older children before and after school. Child care workers may have a significant role in the development of the children they oversee. Under a director's supervision child care aides attend to the safety, health and nutrition of infants and children. They also look for signs of developmental or emotional problems with the children they oversee.

Some of the sample job titles are instructional aide, child care aide, nursery aide, nannies, child caregiver, child care provider, childcare specialist, preschool aide and daycare aide.

Child care workers help to develop a child's curiosity, speech, social abilities, self-esteem and physical skills with play activities, experimentation and by answering questions. They help children develop via small groups and one-on-one assistance. Childcare specialists also have an important role in preparing children for school. Many child care aides suggest techniques to parents for stimulating their child's learning at home.

The three major job groups for the occupation are family child care providers, who take care of children in the providers' homes; private household workers who oversee children in the children's homes and child care workers that are employed at child day care centers such as Early Head Start, Head Start, and full-day and part-day preschool.

Responsibilities

  • Support children's social and emotional development
  • Make sure children are properly behaving
  • Ensure children are safe
  • Arrange for play activities
  • Sanitize play equipment and toys
  • Change diapers of infants and toddlers
  • Help prepare and serve meals
  • Ensure that school age children complete their homework
  • Ensure that supplies are ready for activities
  • Discipline children if necessary

Job Characteristics

Many workers at day care centers find taking care of children and watching them develop and learn new skills to be very rewarding. The job, at times, can be emotionally and physically tiring. Day care center workers experience a higher than average number of work-related illnesses or injuries.

A child care worker needs to be skilled at dealing with disruptive children. They should also be enthusiastic while on the job. Child care specialists also need to be effective at communicating with children. Child care workers need to be patient, understanding and mature. Physical stamina is also important for the occupation.

Childcare workers may work in their own homes, the children's homes or at various types of day care centers. Child day care centers are typically open all year long and are open before and after the typical work hours of parents. Some day care centers employ part-time and full-time childcare workers. Public and private preschool programs typically are open during the basic school year and employ full-time and part-time employees.

Employment Outlook

Between 2008 and 2018 employment of child care workers is projected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics to increase by 11 percent which is about as fast as average for all occupations. High replacement needs may provide good job opportunities for child care workers.

In 2008, approximately 33 percent of child care workers were self-employed and the majority of them were family child care providers. About 19 percent were employed by child day care services.

The wages depend on the type of day care setting and the educational background of the child care worker. In 2008, the average hourly wage for child care workers was $9.12. The highest paid 10 percent earned more than $13.98 per hour.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

Every state has its own licensing requirements that regulates caregiver training. The requirements range from less than a high school diploma to requiring a national Child Development Associate credential, to requiring community college classes or a college degree in early childhood education or child development. The states usually have higher requirements for people working at child care centers than for family child care providers. Those that take care of just a few children in private settings are often not regulated by the states.

Usually childcare workers that have less than a high school diploma can acquire some type of child care work. Some employers seek applicants that completed secondary or postsecondary child development and early childhood education classes.

Some employers look for candidates that have acquired a nationally recognized Child Development Associate credential or the Child Care Professional designation. These credentials require child care experience and coursework such as college classes and employer provided seminars. An increasing number of employers are seeking candidates that have earned an associate degree in early childhood education.

In many states, child care centers, including those operated in private homes that take care of more than just a few children are required to be licensed. In order to acquire a license, childcare centers may require their child care workers to receive immunizations, meet minimum training requirements and pass a background check.

Resources

Major Employers

The major employers are day care centers, elementary schools, preschools, non-profit organizations, families and company provided daycare centers.

Schools for Child Care Workers are listed in the Browse Schools Section.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Child Care Workers

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Child Care Workers jobs , as of 2015

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Birmingham 2210 $18,410
Hoover 2210 $18,410
Mobile 940 $18,220
Huntsville 770 $18,420
Montgomery 670 $18,270
Opelika 470 $18,010
Auburn 470 $18,010
Tuscaloosa 320 $18,770
Foley 310 $18,870
Fairhope 310 $18,870
Daphne 310 $18,870
Gadsden 220 $17,770
Dothan 220 $18,190
Florence 190 $17,720
Muscle Shoals 190 $17,720
Oxford 190 $17,950
Jacksonville 190 $17,950
Anniston 190 $17,950
Decatur 180 $17,720
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 1900 $24,230
Fairbanks 70 $25,900
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Mesa 5320 $20,230
Scottsdale 5320 $20,230
Phoenix 5320 $20,230
Tucson 710 $19,870
Yuma 210 $19,110
Sierra Vista 120 $19,130
Douglas 120 $19,130
Prescott 120 $20,950
Lake Havasu City 100 $19,240
Kingman 100 $19,240
Flagstaff 80 $19,140
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Little Rock 2680 $18,940
Conway 2680 $18,940
North Little Rock 2680 $18,940
Hot Springs 130 $17,850
Pine Bluff 90 $17,660
Jonesboro N/A $18,350
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anaheim 18520 $24,030
Los Angeles 18520 $24,030
Long Beach 18520 $24,030
San Francisco 7750 $27,850
Oakland 7750 $27,850
Hayward 7750 $27,850
Ontario 6340 $23,300
Riverside 6340 $23,300
San Bernardino 6340 $23,300
Carlsbad 5620 $24,700
San Diego 5620 $24,700
Arden 3080 $23,770
Arcade 3080 $23,770
Roseville 3080 $23,770
Sacramento 3080 $23,770
Sunnyvale 2990 $29,440
Santa Clara 2990 $29,440
San Jose 2990 $29,440
Fresno 2310 $21,030
Thousand Oaks 1760 $24,210
Oxnard 1760 $24,210
Ventura 1760 $24,210
Bakersfield 1520 $22,170
Lodi 1160 $27,490
Stockton 1160 $27,490
Modesto 830 $24,070
Santa Rosa 710 $28,110
Chico 680 $22,530
Santa Barbara 670 $27,190
Santa Maria 670 $27,190
Fairfield 660 $23,130
Vallejo 660 $23,130
Watsonville 460 $27,010
Santa Cruz 460 $27,010
Salinas 430 $25,210
Redding 400 $24,380
Porterville 390 $23,580
Visalia 390 $23,580
San Luis Obispo 320 $22,730
Arroyo Grande 320 $22,730
Paso Robles 320 $22,730
Yuba City 280 $22,110
Napa 160 $24,170
Merced 150 $21,990
Corcoran N/A $20,400
Hanford N/A $20,400
Madera N/A $23,320
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Denver 4980 $24,970
Aurora 4980 $24,970
Lakewood 4980 $24,970
Boulder 900 $25,570
Fort Collins 500 $19,490
Colorado Springs 370 $23,100
Greeley 250 $21,420
Pueblo 180 $19,180
Grand Junction 180 $19,890
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Norwalk 2060 $22,330
Stamford 2060 $22,330
Bridgeport 2060 $22,330
Hartford 2050 $22,630
East Hartford 2050 $22,630
West Hartford 2050 $22,630
New Haven 1410 $23,190
Waterbury 510 $21,580
Danbury 470 $22,090
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 180 $22,390
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Lauderdale 11530 $19,650
Miami 11530 $19,650
West Palm Beach 11530 $19,650
Clearwater 5740 $19,790
Tampa 5740 $19,790
St. Petersburg 5740 $19,790
Sanford 3870 $19,980
Orlando 3870 $19,980
Kissimmee 3870 $19,980
Jacksonville 2630 $20,020
Fort Myers 1450 $21,410
Cape Coral 1450 $21,410
North Port 960 $23,260
Sarasota 960 $23,260
Bradenton 960 $23,260
Daytona Beach 930 $19,540
Deltona 930 $19,540
Ormond Beach 930 $19,540
Brent 780 $18,750
Ferry Pass 780 $18,750
Pensacola 780 $18,750
Melbourne 760 $20,990
Titusville 760 $20,990
Palm Bay 760 $20,990
Winter Haven 660 $18,680
Lakeland 660 $18,680
Port St. Lucie 580 $20,380
Tallahassee 500 $20,150
Immokalee 490 $22,260
Marco Island 490 $22,260
Naples 490 $22,260
Destin 430 $19,100
Crestview 430 $19,100
Fort Walton Beach 430 $19,100
Ocala 390 $20,410
Gainesville 290 $20,170
Panama City 210 $20,540
Homosassa Springs 190 $18,640
Sebring 170 $20,620
The Villages 110 $21,470
Sebastian 100 $23,270
Vero Beach 100 $23,270
Punta Gorda 60 $20,460
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Roswell 15010 $19,670
Atlanta 15010 $19,670
Sandy Springs 15010 $19,670
Savannah 840 $18,070
Warner Robins 620 $17,940
Athens 560 $18,470
Clarke County 560 $18,470
Macon 320 $17,960
Gainesville 260 $20,040
Hinesville 150 $17,830
Dalton 140 $21,030
Rome 100 N/A
Valdosta N/A $17,990
Albany N/A $17,990
Brunswick N/A $18,050
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 1850 $18,680
Lahaina N/A $22,670
Wailuku N/A $22,670
Kahului N/A $22,670
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 990 $18,030
Idaho Falls 210 $18,740
Pocatello 200 $18,020
Coeur d'Alene 100 $17,960
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Peoria 610 $20,000
Champaign 500 $20,830
Urbana 500 $20,830
Bloomington 420 $19,750
Rockford 390 $19,250
Springfield 230 $20,280
Kankakee 210 $21,720
Decatur 180 $20,910
Carbondale N/A $22,700
Marion N/A $22,700
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 4410 $20,720
Indianapolis 4410 $20,720
Carmel 4410 $20,720
Muncie 430 $18,890
Fort Wayne 430 $19,620
West Lafayette 370 $19,190
Lafayette 370 $19,190
Bloomington 230 $18,260
La Porte 170 $18,450
Michigan City 170 $18,450
Kokomo 100 $20,830
Columbus 100 $23,010
Terre Haute N/A $17,460
Goshen N/A $18,630
Elkhart N/A $18,630
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 1380 $20,210
Des Moines 1380 $20,210
Iowa City 770 $20,510
Waterloo 490 $17,730
Cedar Falls 490 $17,730
Cedar Rapids 490 $20,190
Dubuque 460 $17,900
Ames 410 $18,950
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lawrence 410 $18,970
Topeka 340 $18,840
Manhattan 70 $18,760
Wichita N/A $20,110
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lexington 1920 $19,190
Fayette 1920 $19,190
Bowling Green 420 $18,750
Owensboro 410 $19,170
Fort Knox 400 $18,250
Elizabethtown 400 $18,250
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baton Rouge 2040 $18,250
Metairie 1680 $19,500
New Orleans 1680 $19,500
Lafayette 1320 $18,700
Shreveport 940 $17,720
Bossier City 940 $17,720
Hammond 370 $18,790
Monroe 340 $18,140
Lake Charles 280 $17,780
Alexandria 260 $17,730
Thibodaux 230 $18,030
Houma 230 $18,030
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Portland 940 $23,210
Portland 940 $23,210
Bangor 320 $19,070
Auburn 260 $19,580
Lewiston 260 $19,580
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baltimore 4530 $21,070
Towson 4530 $21,070
Columbia 4530 $21,070
Lexington Park 30 $22,920
California 30 $22,920
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 310 $21,770
Leominster 290 $26,340
Gardner 290 $26,340
New Bedford 150 $19,860
Pittsfield 120 $22,380
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Grand Rapids 1640 $22,420
Wyoming 1640 $22,420
Flint 910 $19,290
Portage 850 $18,650
Kalamazoo 850 $18,650
Lansing 660 $19,140
East Lansing 660 $19,140
Ann Arbor 550 $21,190
Battle Creek 360 $18,860
Midland 310 $19,170
Muskegon 270 $21,460
Monroe 190 $19,450
Niles 160 $20,670
Benton Harbor 160 $20,670
Bay City 130 $18,530
Jackson 120 $18,850
Saginaw N/A $19,040
Dearborn N/A $20,030
Detroit N/A $20,030
Warren N/A $20,030
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 490 $20,990
St. Cloud 280 $19,350
North Mankato 230 $18,690
Mankato 230 $18,690
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 2230 $18,330
Gulfport 570 $18,350
Pascagoula 570 $18,350
Biloxi 570 $18,350
Hattiesburg 420 $17,950
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 970 $18,330
Jefferson City 620 $18,980
Columbia 450 $18,620
Joplin 390 $18,070
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 670 $19,610
Missoula 480 $18,440
Great Falls 330 $20,380
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 1000 $20,380
Grand Island 190 $18,220
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 1410 $19,950
Henderson 1410 $19,950
Las Vegas 1410 $19,950
Reno 590 $25,690
Carson City 70 $19,160
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 640 $25,060
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 1220 $20,360
Bridgeton 390 $21,950
Vineland 390 $21,950
Atlantic City 240 $23,190
Hammonton 240 $23,190
Ocean City 60 $23,840
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 1340 $19,130
Las Cruces 510 $18,490
Santa Fe 190 $24,730
Farmington 160 $19,130
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Troy 2300 $20,920
Albany 2300 $20,920
Schenectady 2300 $20,920
Rochester 2130 $20,060
Cheektowaga 1930 $19,450
Buffalo 1930 $19,450
Niagara Falls 1930 $19,450
Syracuse 1360 $21,150
Binghamton 720 $19,600
Rome 450 $21,880
Utica 450 $21,880
Ithaca 380 $22,490
Kingston 280 $20,950
Watertown 210 $20,790
Fort Drum 210 $20,790
Elmira 140 $19,260
Glens Falls N/A $21,040
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 3280 $19,730
Greensboro 2000 $18,510
High Point 2000 $18,510
Salem 1510 $18,620
Winston 1510 $18,620
Durham 1360 $21,770
Chapel Hill 1360 $21,770
Asheville 930 $23,290
Fayetteville 880 $18,370
Hickory 700 $18,890
Lenoir 700 $18,890
Morganton 700 $18,890
Wilmington 690 $20,270
Jacksonville 530 $18,580
Rocky Mount 400 $17,760
Greenville 400 $19,410
Goldsboro 280 $18,290
New Bern 270 $18,370
Burlington 230 $17,880
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 560 $20,610
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Elyria 4580 $19,530
Cleveland 4580 $19,530
Columbus 4090 $21,140
Toledo 1350 $19,500
Dayton 1320 $19,270
Akron 1030 $19,310
Massillon 470 $18,470
Canton 470 $18,470
Lima 310 $19,780
Mansfield 160 $18,750
Springfield 160 $22,640
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 3360 $18,430
Tulsa 1760 $18,630
Lawton 230 $18,690
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Eugene 410 $20,790
Salem 380 $20,280
Medford 230 $22,410
Redmond 200 $20,260
Bend 200 $20,260
Corvallis 130 $19,630
Albany 130 $19,790
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 3280 $20,130
Carlisle 1090 $20,960
Harrisburg 1090 $20,960
Lancaster 870 $19,950
Wilkes 820 $18,400
Scranton 820 $18,400
Barre 820 $18,400
Hazleton 820 $18,400
Erie 750 $18,400
York 420 $18,220
Hanover 420 $18,220
Reading 410 $18,560
Johnstown 330 $18,460
Altoona 300 $17,880
Lebanon 270 $20,790
East Stroudsburg 260 $17,670
State College 240 $19,690
Chambersburg 100 $17,750
Waynesboro 100 $17,750
Gettysburg 80 $20,190
Berwick 70 $19,660
Bloomsburg 70 $19,660
Williamsport N/A $18,800
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
San Juan 1430 $17,660
Carolina 1430 $17,660
Caguas 1430 $17,660
Ponce 90 $17,770
Aguadilla 80 $17,470
Isabela 80 $17,470
San Germ�n 40 $17,520
Arecibo N/A $17,380
Mayag�ez N/A $17,620
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 1050 $18,440
North Charleston 1050 $18,440
Mauldin 890 $17,590
Anderson 890 $17,590
Greenville 890 $17,590
Columbia 810 $18,220
Spartanburg 510 $19,070
Sumter 230 $17,660
Bluffton 210 $19,250
Beaufort 210 $19,250
Hilton Head Island 210 $19,250
Florence 180 $18,100
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 1080 $19,390
Rapid City 330 $19,230
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Davidson 3210 $21,330
Murfreesboro 3210 $21,330
Franklin 3210 $21,330
Nashville 3210 $21,330
Knoxville 1140 $17,820
Jackson 300 $18,530
Johnson City 280 $17,720
Cleveland 200 $17,690
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Arlington 15810 $19,220
Fort Worth 15810 $19,220
Dallas 15810 $19,220
The Woodlands 13510 $19,040
Sugar Land 13510 $19,040
Houston 13510 $19,040
Austin 5850 $21,500
Round Rock 5850 $21,500
San Antonio 4530 $19,610
New Braunfels 4530 $19,610
Brownsville 1410 $18,500
Harlingen 1410 $18,500
El Paso 1300 $18,160
Mission 1280 $18,410
McAllen 1280 $18,410
Edinburg 1280 $18,410
Corpus Christi 960 $18,840
Killeen 940 $17,750
Temple 940 $17,750
Lubbock 920 $18,440
Beaumont 800 $18,010
Port Arthur 800 $18,010
Amarillo 620 $18,340
Laredo 580 $18,510
Bryan 540 $18,260
College Station 540 $18,260
Waco 540 $18,330
Odessa 520 $19,320
Abilene 410 $17,890
Tyler 350 $17,880
San Angelo 350 $17,980
Midland 340 $20,840
Longview 320 $17,600
Wichita Falls 300 $17,520
Victoria 280 $17,610
Sherman 140 $17,920
Denison 140 $17,920
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 2690 $21,670
Clearfield 1200 $18,000
Ogden 1200 $18,000
Provo 710 $19,280
Orem 710 $19,280
St. George 200 $19,920
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 550 $22,860
Burlington 550 $22,860
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 2740 $18,580
Roanoke 510 $18,430
Charlottesville 400 $22,070
Lynchburg 370 $18,640
Harrisonburg 210 $18,470
Waynesboro 210 $18,570
Staunton 210 $18,570
Christiansburg N/A $18,530
Blacksburg N/A $18,530
Radford N/A $18,530
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bellevue 4590 $24,550
Tacoma 4590 $24,550
Seattle 4590 $24,550
Spokane 650 $22,030
Spokane Valley 650 $22,030
Richland 430 $22,050
Kennewick 430 $22,050
Bellingham 400 $21,640
Yakima 160 $22,390
Olympia 120 $22,290
Tumwater 120 $22,290
Longview 110 $21,360
Mount Vernon 110 $21,800
Anacortes 110 $21,800
Silverdale N/A $23,530
Bremerton N/A $23,530
Walla Walla N/A $23,680
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 360 $19,260
Morgantown 270 $18,450
Vienna 150 $18,450
Parkersburg 150 $18,450
Beckley N/A $19,100
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Milwaukee 2280 $21,620
Waukesha 2280 $21,620
West Allis 2280 $21,620
Madison 840 $23,180
Green Bay 570 $21,700
Appleton 380 $19,670
Eau Claire 350 $20,830
Neenah 280 $18,560
Oshkosh 280 $18,560
Racine 210 $18,660
Wausau 170 $18,630
Sheboygan 150 $18,760
Fond du Lac 150 $20,890
Janesville 60 $18,700
Beloit 60 $18,700
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Casper 260 $22,270
Cheyenne 240 $17,980

Career Stories (Job Profiles) for Child Care Workers

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Most Popular Industries for :
Child Care Workers

Industries representing at least 1% of total jobs for the occupation.

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
Social Service 261,110 44% $17,660
Education 147,700 25% $21,930
Nursing And Residential Care 51,020 8% $22,180
Non-profit 43,760 7% $18,070
Amusement Gambling And Recreation 33,700 5% $17,490
Government 17,010 2% $20,250
Passenger Transportation 12,780 2% $19,920
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