Thee best nanny you could ever have.

A mutually matched Au Pair is not necessarily already the best nanny ever, it’s an aupair that has the possibility to be best nanny ever for your family-thee best nanny you could ever have.

According to a consumer information website for Host Families, AuPairClearingHouse.com, who rates, reviews and compares au pair agencies in the United States by conducting host family satisfaction surveys and ratings, the quality of Au Pairs  from Go Au Pair was rated at 100 percent positive.

One of the many things that makes Go Au Pair unique is the Mutual Match system. Go Au Pair exclusive Mutual Match system is based on 20 years of experience matching quality Au Pairs with families across the country. The agency has made the process of choosing an Au Pair that’s right for the family smooth and easy.

Unlike the majority of Au Pair agencies, with Go Au Pair, families aren’t ever limited to the number of Au Pairs  that they can review. Families can view hundreds profiles since Go Au Pair’s goal is to make sure that family matches with the Au Pair that best fits the family’s unique needs.

The families needs and preferences are as different as an Au Pair’s experience, education and personalities.

Many Au Pairs have many years of experience working with different ages, special needs children, and even infants multiples. Many of them have been a daycare teacher and have nannied up to 10 children at once, some of them were nurses,  some volunteered in orphanages, some worked as nannies for years in their home countries.

Many au-pairs are professional teachers, college graduated and have years of  a special education in arts, music and sports.

When making a match, host family should  consider not only family’s needs and Au Pairs experience, but also Au Pair’s expectations and shared interests.

 Go Au Pair recruits Au Pairs from over 60 different countries and they all have own culture, religion and values. Read more about which country is the best au pair from?


The following is a comment made by one of host mom from Go Au Pair,”I’ve had a lot of au pairs before but this is the first time I’ve used Go Au Pair and they matched me with Anny, our au pair is one of the best au pairs we have had.” 

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Anna
    Oct 07, 2011 @ 10:49:34

    Very nice post.
    (but other agencies also don’t limit how many au pairs a family can review; but may limit how many au pairs a family can view or talk with at the same time).
    But I have been impressed with GoAuPair’s au pair pool, and the quality of candidates. Another good tip is to utilize your matching coordinator, she can always help with questions about an au pair’s profile, obtain more information, check why she is not responding, or how many families interviewed her before and what their feedback was, how long has she been waiting for a family, etc. I was frequently communicating with her and it has been very helpful. She can also help suggest candidates with the qualities you request, if asked.

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  2. Personal Assistant
    Oct 08, 2011 @ 02:55:28

    I can see that you are putting a lots of efforts into your blog. Keep posting the good work.Some really helpful information in there. Nice to see your site. Thanks!

    Reply

  3. Carol Lima
    Oct 12, 2011 @ 13:02:00

    Hey,

    Great job on the post. Very informative. It is important for families to know that they can view as many applicants as they want at the same time, which makes the match process so much faster and complete!

    Reply

  4. John
    Oct 13, 2011 @ 01:37:39

    Very nice site!

    Reply

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