Emily Scurrah wrote an article for Tribune Magazine about how the rise of nannies, au pairs and other forms of domestic labour is formalising what feminist economists have long argued: that work in the home is work:

Nanny work is an example of how feminised labour can be easily exploited in our current economic system, with the likelihood that much of the work involved will go unacknowledged, despite the significant emotional burden on the worker.”

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