Why au pairs might become a thing of the past

Since the Second World War, they have been “serving as the largely unmentioned glue holding middle-class families together”, but now the au pair industry has “collapsed”, according to a report.

A double blow of Brexit and a minimum wage ruling have “ruined the tradition of exchanging bed and board for help with the kids”, said The Sunday Times, and a leading trade body has waved the white flag and shut its doors.


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