• It differs between employers and countries, even if some minimum wages often exist. Maybe age or education somtimes also says something. Many young maids and nanny girls are young low-educated poor girls in their late teens or early 20's, and often have low salaries. Is it a young girl you are going to employ? If she will live in your home, you probably will give her free food and maybe also clothing ("uniforms")? It's up to you. Nowadays, the uniform can be a white blouse, a black skirt and black high-heeled shoes. If you want her dress that way, you will probably begin with buying at least two similar uniforms for one girl (so she can use other when washing the clothes) and if she's still growing maybe some more similar uniforms if they grow out of them. Many employers say that even if the girls often hate it and the clothes many times aren't the most comfort, they look neat and tidy in their clothes and don't need money and time to spend on fashion and own clothes like jeans/sweaters/t-shirts (you know teenage girls...), and can concentrate on working instead. If more girls than one are employed there, they also can't compete in fashion if they wear uniforms.

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