Posted November 21, 2018 11:38:38 The average salary of a housekeeper at the Executive Housekeeper salary range is about $60,000 a year, according to new data.
Key points:Housekeepers’ salary ranges have increased in recent yearsThe average salary for a housekeepers’ job is now about $61,000The average housekeeper’s salary range has been increased from $55,000 to $62,000Since 2012, the average salary range of the executive housekeepers has increased from about $50,000-62,500 to $65,000 and now stands at about $62.8 million, according the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
Housekeepers are the most common occupation for housekeepers, making up about half of all housekeepers in Australia.
The salary range for the executive homekeepers ranges from $65K to $75K.
The average executive salary is about 65,000 AED a year.
The ABS data shows that the average executive housekeeping salary ranges from about 57,000 Australian dollars (AU$65,400) to about 72,000 (AU $77,400).
“The executive house is still a very important part of the business, especially in the workplace and the marketplaces where the executive can make a lot of money,” a spokesperson for the Australian Institute of Housekeeping (AIH), said.
“The current executive salary range, which was $60K in 2012, is still an excellent salary range.”
With the increase in salary for housekeeping executive, the range for salary in the executive position is now around $62K, or around three times the salary for an associate.”‘
The current executives salary range and the one in 2013 was a good starting point, it was much more difficult to reach that salary range because of the changing nature of the workforce’It is believed that the new salary range will increase by around $4,500 a year in 2018.”
There are still a lot more people doing housekeeping than the previous years, so the salary ranges in those years have not been able to keep pace with that increase,” the spokesperson said.
However, AIH said it would be “quite possible” for the salary range to be revised.”
We are hoping that the salaries for the new executive house will remain the same as those in 2013 and beyond,” the AIH spokesperson said, adding that it was a “very exciting time” for executive house workers.”
They are working in a very different and more complex workplace than they have ever worked before.
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