It has been almost a year since Housekeeping posted a new pay rate.
The news site said on Friday that it had updated its pay rate to reflect the number of paid employees it has, up from an average of $11.77 per hour earlier this year.
It also announced that it was adding paid staff to its Paycheck.com site, as well as its website.
Housekeeping said that it has been able to achieve this by increasing its compensation for employees to a level that is not only more fair, but also more competitive.
In the past, it had reported on average $20,000 in pay, but it had increased its pay for staff to $17,500 from $17.5 million.
The pay increase was due to “continued growth of our compensation package,” it said.
It’s not the first time Housekeeping has made headlines for its pay, which it describes as “well above the average US household wage.”
Earlier this year, it posted a graph of pay across all major US cities, and the pay gap widened.
Housekeepers’ pay rate is based on a number of factors, including its employees’ hourly rates and the number and type of jobs they hold.
For example, employees working in a household of four people can earn $22.15 per hour, while those working in households of six or more earn $25.60 per hour.
The company said that this is because of its large workforce, which includes employees from several states and overseas.
“With so many jobs available, it is not surprising that our workforce is among the most diverse in the industry,” Housekeeping CEO Tom Fishel said in a statement.
“Our pay is much more consistent than most industries, and reflects the quality and value we provide our employees.”
Housekeeping’s pay rate was also boosted in July this year by adding paid employees to its website, and this is also the first increase in the past year.
In 2016, Housekeeping reported that its pay had increased by $7.2 million, but its total compensation was only $10.4 million.
It reported that it currently has 10,500 paid staff, with a goal of reaching 25,000.
This includes staff from its Paychecks.com website and its website itself.
The site itself reported a total of $20.7 million in revenue in 2016, including salaries, commission, and profit.