Housekeeping pay rates in the US: Where does it stack up?

Housekeeping jobs have increased at a rapid rate in the United States in recent years.

A report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics found that the number of employees doing housekeeping jobs in the country grew from 3.2 million in 2011 to 5.4 million in 2016.

The Bureau of Economic Analysis also noted that more than one in four US employees are doing housework, up from about one in five in 2007.

However, there are a few caveats to consider when looking at the total number of workers who perform housekeeping tasks in the U.S. A more comprehensive breakdown of those workers is still not available.

A 2015 study by the Urban Institute found that, while the U of A’s employment in the field of housekeeping has increased, its share of total US employment fell from 9.3 percent in 2000 to 6.7 percent in 2017.

The Institute’s data also showed that the share of non-housekeeping jobs among U of T students increased from 3 percent to 5 percent over that same time.

The study did not break down household chores by sector, but the University of Toronto’s Economic and Social Policy Program found that while the share doing household chores increased from 9 percent to 12 percent in the past decade, the share working in housekeeping fell.

The report also found that a growing share of US households are renting.

This means that there are more people who work for themselves than in traditional jobs.

It is also worth noting that there is no clear pattern to the number and type of housework that is performed by different groups.

The Urban Institute noted that the majority of housekeepers are self-employed and do not receive tips.

This is a far cry from the majority who work as housekeepers.

The survey also found a significant amount of house-keeping jobs were part-time, meaning that more of those people had no other job than housekeeping.

Another factor that could influence the share that is housekeeping is the number who are self employed.

While this is not a direct indicator of the level of household chores performed, a 2016 survey by the American Association of University Women found that just over half of the housekeeping workers surveyed did not work in their current job.

That means a substantial number of house workers are either unemployed or underpaid.

In fact, the number that were out of work increased from 16 percent in 2016 to 22 percent in 2018.

Housekeeping workers in the study were more likely to be women, as well as more likely than their male counterparts to be over 65.

As more Americans have moved to a house, the rate of houseworking has risen and this has led to an increase in the number.

A 2016 study from the University at Buffalo found that housekeeping and cleaning jobs have more women than men, while other occupations like dishwashing and dishwashers have more men than women.

House-keeping also seems to be a more stable career in Canada, with an average wage of $14.70 an hour in 2016, according to the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.

The median annual household income in Canada was $47,000 in 2016 according to Statistics Canada, according the report.

The U.K. has also seen a rise in house-cleaning jobs, with the number increasing from 4.2 percent in 2011, to 5 and 6.5 percent respectively.

Canada’s labour force participation rate, which is the proportion of people who are employed, is the highest in the world.

The number of households headed by housekeepers has also been increasing.

In 2015, 7.4 percent of Canadian households had a housekeeper, up by more than 6 percentage points between 2015 and 2017.

In 2018, the percentage increased to 8.5 percentage points.

Canada also has a high rate of household debt, with a median of $26,800 per person in 2017, compared to $26.2, $28,900 and $32,600 in the rest of the world, according a 2016 report by Oxfam Canada.

This could explain why there is so much variation in the pay rates of housemaids in Canada and the United Kingdom.

In the U-K, the average housekeeper earns about $17.90 per hour.

In Canada, the median wage for housemaid is $13.10 per hour, with housekeepers earning around $17 per hour in the most expensive province, Ontario.

The Canadian average household income is about $59,900.

While housekeeping may seem like a fairly stable career, it is not without its challenges.

For example, housekeeping can be physically and emotionally taxing.

According to a 2017 study from Cornell University, housemaiding can be mentally and emotionally draining.

In order to keep housekeepers working, many companies have been offering housekeeping perks and services to workers.

For instance, many housekeepers have access to healthcare, including dental care, physical therapy, and massage.

However a 2017 survey by Accenture found that workers who were employed full time were more than twice as