It’s easy to find babysitting gigs online.

You can hire a babysitter, rent one and even rent a car.

But it’s not always easy to keep track of them.

And there’s a catch: The companies that run them don’t have to pay the workers.

That means that many employers pay low wages for babysitting and can charge them less than minimum wage.

That puts them in a bind: If they want to keep their jobs, they have to make a profit on the jobs they keep, but if they lose their jobs to other workers, they lose the profits.

That’s the situation that a team of researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNCChapel Hill) are trying to solve.

They recently published a study in the American Economic Review that looks at how much companies charge workers for babysitter services, and how much they make on them.

In the study, they looked at over 100,000 companies in 10 states and the District of Columbia.

They found that companies charged workers $13.80 per hour for babysitters to rent, $3.80 for babysitrs to care for, and $7.40 for babysits to take care of.

That works out to about $7 per hour per babysitter.

That compares to $5.50 per hour at a hotel.

And it’s $7 more than what an employee making minimum wage at that same job would make in a week.

For comparison, a $15 hourly minimum wage would cost the average worker $19.85 a week in taxes and other expenses.

In addition to the low pay, babysitting companies also don’t pay workers for transportation or food.

That leaves workers vulnerable to exploitation and exploitation is the new reality of the industry, said researcher John O’Connor.

“You’re paying someone to do your laundry or you’re paying a person to do the dishes,” he said.

The study found that while companies were making money from babysitting, they were making more money on other services.

They were making $5 per hour less on food and transportation than they would have made on babysitting.

They made about $5 less on a car than they might have made at a similar job at a company.

And they were earning less on other kinds of services like transportation and childcare.

The researchers found that, in the past, companies that made babysitting pay workers more than they did on other jobs.

The reason companies made money off babysitting is that babysitting workers didn’t have the option of choosing between paying the workers and making more profit on other types of services, O’ Connor said.

If you were making less money on babysitters, you could choose between being a babysiter or working in a hotel or in a restaurant.

But when the companies were trying to make more money, they didn’t want to pay workers enough to cover other costs, he said, and they did not provide the workers with the kinds of care that would keep them employed.

What happens when companies cut jobs?

Some companies don’t offer babysitters a severance package.

The authors found that about one-third of the companies they looked into did not offer severance.

But even though some companies cut employees’ pay, they also gave them raises.

The companies they studied also provided employees with bonuses that could add up to thousands of dollars.

“This shows us that the way the companies manage and manage the babysitter industry is important for protecting employees and for ensuring that they are protected from exploitation,” said lead author Jason Kornberg, a research associate at UNCChapell Hill.

The team also found that many companies offered bonuses that were more than half of what workers earned.

“The result is that the companies that provide babysitters are actually making less on babysitter labor than the companies with lower wages,” Korn.

The report suggests that if companies are looking to increase profits, they should increase the amount of babysitting work they do.

It also suggests that workers should be paid more for the work they perform.