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You'll need to be trained in self-defence if you want a shot at this £100K-a-year nanny job

Many of us would give our eye teeth to bag a job with a £100,000 ($128,926) salary. But, this highly specific job ad for a live-in nanny would probably send Mary Poppins running for the hills. SEE ALSO: Kate, William and Harry want to connect with you on LinkedIn According to the job description — listed on Childcare.co.uk — the parents of four children are looking for a "highly qualified" nanny with a degree in child psychology, "no children of their own" along with a minimum of 15 years of nannying experience.
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