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Hungary

Hungary, a Central European country, is full of historic sites, beautiful countryside, divers cosmopolitan cities, and also great food. The Hungarians are also famous for their hospitality! Hungarian couples usually have one to two children, and it remains a somewhat low average number of children per family in Europe. The family is the center of the social structure in Hungary. Generations of extended family often live together and grandpa [Read more...]

Hungary

Hungary, a Central European country, is full of historic sites, beautiful countryside, divers & cosmopolitan cities, and also great food. The Hungarians are also famous for their hospitality!

Hungarian couples usually have one to two children, and it remains a somewhat low average number of children per family in Europe. The family is the center of the social structure in Hungary. Generations of extended family often live together and grandparents play an important role in helping raise the grandchildren. The family provides both emotional and financial support to its members.

After completing high school, Hungarians will either pursue post-secondary education or travel abroad, although some of them will start working. Hungarian au pairs will usually have child care experience through private babysitting of younger siblings and relatives, kids in their neighborhood, etc.

To obtain a driver’s license, Hungarians need to pass a written exam, take practice driving lessons and pass a practical test. The fees to get a driver’s license are relatively high and about half of Hungarian households own a car. Hungary also has excellent public transportation. It is always recommended that you discuss your driving needs with your au pair.

Hungarian students are required to learn a foreign language. Although it does not necessarily have to be English, it remains, together with German, one of the two preferred foreign languages. More emphasis is put on writing skills and grammar so you may found that your Hungarian au pair is more comfortable reading and writing in English than speaking. We encourage you to write down her schedule and chores to make sure they are correctly understood.

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