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Serbia

Located in Central/Southeastern Europe, Serbia is part of the Balkan countries. Serbians are known to be one of the most hospitable nations in the world. Typically, you can expect your Serbian au pair to be outgoing and to quickly bond with your children. Serbian couples usually have one or two children, and large families are not very common. Ties to extended family are always strong and family is a core value of the Serbian culture. It is [Read more...]

Serbia

Located in Central/Southeastern Europe, Serbia is part of the Balkan countries. Serbians are known to be one of the most hospitable nations in the world. Typically, you can expect your Serbian au pair to be outgoing and to quickly bond with your children.

Serbian couples usually have one or two children, and large families are not very common. Ties to extended family are always strong and family is a core value of the Serbian culture. It is common though for young people to move into their own apartment as soon as possible.

Serbian au pairs will typically have experience doing private babysitting or by completing internships at kindergarten.

The minimum driving age in Serbia is 17 years old with adult supervision and 18 years old alone. To obtain a driver’s license, one must first pass a written exam and then a practical exam and is more expensive than here in the United States. We recommend you discuss your driving needs with your au pair during the interviewing process.

Serbian children learn English at school from an early age as it is a mandatory subject from Grade 1 until high school graduation. Starting Grade 5 they can pick a different foreign language to learn in addition to English. As for many other countries, you can expect your Serbian au pair to be more comfortable at writing and reading than speaking and listening. It is a good idea to write down you au pair’s schedule and duties at least in the early stages!

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