child care costs

Child care more expensive than college in NJ
A new report prepared by Child Care Aware finds the cost of child care is more expensive than you might imagine. In fact, the annual cost of child care for the typical Garden State family is higher than a year of tuition and fees at some large universities.
Babysitting costs in New Jersey
New Jersey and New York City residents have some of the highest costs of living in the nation, which is why it comes as no surprise that baby-sitting rates in the region are on the high side as well, averaging $15.34 an hour for one child according to UrbanSitter's 2014 Childcare Rate Survey.
NJ Child Care Needs Help
New Jersey's youngest children aren't getting the quality attention and resources they deserve in child care and preschool, according to a new report from Advocates for Children of New Jersey.
Child Care in NJ
On the heels of Gov. Chris Christie's budget address, a new report finds many child care providers are operating on "shoestring budgets" that prevent them from delivering the best possible care to New Jersey's youngsters.
Big Expense for Child Care
It is recommended that parents should spend no more than 10 percent of their annual income on child care. A new special report released by Advocates for Children of New Jersey (ACNJ) reveals the typical Garden State family is shelling out more than double that amount.
Child Care Costs Keep Rising
The cost of child care is putting a lot of pressure on already-struggling families, and the price continues to rise, according to a new report from Child Care Aware of America.