Report: Bellydancing Lessons Pricey in Bay Area

San Francisco-based Laborfair, an online marketplace, has released a report showing the average fees and wages for a range of personal services.

Topping the list as the priciest personal service in the Bay Area, bellydancing lessons averaged $200 an hour, while Spanish lessons on a Caltrain commute cost only $20 an hour.

Average fees for child care were $19.24 an hour, housekeepers average $17.83 an hour, handy men $25.75 an hour.

For more information, go to http://blog.laborfair.com/whats-fair/.

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