Hotels and motels are a hotbed for housekeeping in the United States, a role that is becoming increasingly important to the economy.
The trend has driven the number of paid housekeepers in the hospitality industry to more than 1.5 million last year, a record.
While the industry is now home to more paid housekeeping than any other industry, the pay has not kept pace with the costs.
While many factors influence how much paid housekeeper is needed to keep the hospitality business going, it’s the cost of cleaning that is the biggest.
In the United Kingdom, for example, a homekeeper earning between $2,500 and $3,000 annually is paid between $7 and $9.40 an hour.
This figure does not include the cost for a full-time worker.
For the average household in the U.S., it’s between $6,000 and $8,000.
In Canada, it ranges from $5,000 to $7,500.
And in Japan, the average homekeeper makes between $5 and $7 an hour, according to the Japan Labour Agency.
The problem, according an industry official, is that most people have not yet seen the value of the labor of the housekeeper.
It’s difficult to keep up with all the housekeeping costs, said Chris Smith, chief operating officer at HVAC and cleaning company Home Energy Services.
“In the United State, there are a lot of people who are still learning how to do this and we’re not there yet,” he said.
In addition to costs, it is important to remember that the average housekeeper earns less than half the wages that the U