Robots are getting smarter.
They’re becoming more efficient and cheaper to run.
And now, they’re making a lot more money.
The robot maids at the company that makes Robot Housekeeper, which makes robots that house the living rooms of millions of homes, make between $20,000 and $35,000 a year.
That’s based on salary alone, not on a formula that uses a variety of factors, like age, occupation, experience and experience level.
Robots make the majority of the $7 billion in robot-related sales, according to research firm Technomic.
The average wage for the entire robot workforce is $18 an hour.
So what makes the robots more than human?
For starters, they do much more than house the homes of millions.
Robot Housekeeper robots do everything from cleaning to delivering meals.
That includes cleaning rooms and bathrooms, which can be a bit of a challenge for a person with little experience.
So the robots do a lot of things manually, including turning the water and setting up a table.
Robots also take care of things like laundry, which is where the most human tasks are.
It’s not uncommon for a robot to spend hours at a time cleaning, or even turning off the lights.
Robotics also work in a variety