"I think originally there would be a little hesitancy to hire a boy for whatever reason. It was more, the woman takes care of children," says Eleanor Nesbit, owner of A Choice Nanny in South Tampa.
"Now we have male nurses. There are males going to a lot of occupations that used to be just for girls," Nesbit added.
Nesbit says she's had a number of men apply for child care positions in her agency. One of them is 24-year-old Ben Mathews. Mathews is a finance major at the University of South Florida. He says he can change the diapers and help get the homework done.
But he does admit his buddies find it a little strange... (continued)
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