If you enjoy the feeling of a fresh clean house, take pride in a job well done, and simply love to clean, then you may shine in a career as a house cleaner. A house cleaner works in residential settings where he/she is responsible keep houses clean and well-organized. This is the career that provides you instant gratification where you get to see the rewards of your hard work in real-time, when you've the pleasure of creating a healthy and clean environment for your customers. Not only that, but it is the easiest home-based profession that offers you a chance to generate extra cash each month without earning any formal qualification.
Working as a cleaner, your duties may involve tidying, scrubbing, wiping, washing, dusting, vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, and polishing furniture, floors, work areas, appliances, and machinery. Your duties may vary, depending on what your customer needs or wants. In general, you'll do routine cleaning tasks each time you visit. To become an ideal candidate for the house cleaner role, you need to be in good physical condition, detail-oriented and know basic cleaning techniques. In terms of academic qualifications, you don't require any college major or certification. However, if you've earned a high school diploma, employment, and character references, with three-four years of proven work experience in the residential cleaning field that can be a crucial advantage to you!
Being a home service professional, you may get employed in a variety of areas such as within private households, domestic, industrial, health, education, public setting, and other establishments that need multiple tasks of cleaning. Usually, you'll work Monday to Friday starting at about 8 a.m. You may work irregular hours, split shifts, or may undertake work on a full-time, part-time or casual basis depending on when your day's assignments are done. As a house cleaner, you may earn hourly wages, or sometimes you get paid by the job. Your wages depend on your location, experience, and working hours. Generally, as a house cleaner, you can make an average of $24,554 a year and may receive additional benefits, such as meals, paid vacations, health insurance, transportation facility, or paid extra when you use your vehicle. The advancement possibilities as a house cleaner are incredibly high. With many people leading busier lives than ever before, finding time for never-ending house chores can be a challenge that can lead to more job openings for you as a house cleaner.