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Mongolia

As an Asian culture, Mongolians can be expected to be punctual and respectful of schedules and family rules. However, contrary to popular belief, the young generation is quite out-going and you can expect your Mongolian au pair to have an open communication with you. Mongolian couples have on average three children per family. It is very common to live in close communities with relatives. Family is really important and relatives rely on each [Read more...]

Mongolia

As an Asian culture, Mongolians can be expected to be punctual and respectful of schedules and family rules. However, contrary to popular belief, the young generation is quite out-going and you can expect your Mongolian au pair to have an open communication with you.

Mongolian couples have on average three children per family. It is very common to live in close communities with relatives. Family is really important and relatives rely on each other in times of need. Grandparents and relatives will care for children until at least the age of 3 years old. After that, children usually go to day care. It will be common for Mongolian au pair applicants to have experience in caring for relatives (nephews & nieces, cousins). They will usually have experience with fewer children but for a longer period of time.

It is quite common for Mongolians to pursue post-secondary education near their home and continue living with their parents while completing their studies, unless from the country-side. Mongolians may even continue to live at home when getting a job, and only to move out when getting married.

The minimum age to obtain a Mongolian driver’s license is 18 years old. The driver’s license exam is divided into a written and practical exam. Obtaining a driver’s license is challenging (many hours of practice are required), costly, and rather long (at least a couple of months). Public transportation is well developed and is a very common mean of transportation for teenagers and young adults. We recommend you discuss your driving needs with your au pair during the interviewing process.

Starting in 4th grade, Mongolians must choose a second language, usually English, Chinese, Russian, German, or French. English classes focus on reading and writing and speaking and listening so it may be a good idea to write down schedules and duties, especially in early stages, until your au pair feels more comfortable in English!

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