What to know about housekeeping staffing agencies and what they do: pt 1

A full-time housekeeper is paid about $22,000 annually and works a regular schedule of about 30 to 40 hours per week.

But housekeepers who work full time often work in other positions in addition to housekeeping.

The minimum wage for housekeepers is $11.10 an hour.

The number of full- and part-time workers varies across Canada and the United States, but in the United Kingdom and the U.S., part-timers can expect to earn between $11 and $13 an hour, according to the British Columbia Labour Department.

The average hourly wage for a full-timer is about $17.50.

The Canadian minimum wage is set at $15.

The national minimum wage, however, is $15 per hour.

How much do housekeepers make?

A full time housekeeping worker earns $22.27 an hour if they’re paid for the work they do.

A part-timer makes $18.60 an hour in Canada.

The wage of a full time, part-temporary housekeeper in Canada is about half the national minimum.

What kind of jobs are housekeepers offered?

Many jobs are available to housekeepers.

Most people who work as housekeepers in Canada are part- or full-timing.

A full day’s work for a housekeeper means they work 10 to 15 hours a week.

In the United State, housekeepers can work 12 to 15 jobs a week, depending on their experience and their position.

In Canada, housekeeping jobs are typically part- time and part time, meaning they usually last for a year or two.

The most common occupations for housekeeping workers in Canada include: housekeeping assistant, housekeeper assistant, kitchen assistant, dishwasher, dishwashing machine, dishwasher cleaning, dish-washing machine operator, dish cleaner, dishware machine operator and kitchen helper.

What’s the difference between housekeeping and other occupations?

A part time housekeep earns a minimum wage of $11 an hour for the day and $10 for the week.

A regular full- time housekeepers salary is $19.10 for an hour and $22 for the month.

Some occupations are classified as exempt from minimum wage laws, such as: housekeepers, housecleaners, dish washers, dish makers and dishwashers, home health aides, home care workers, home-based day care workers and caregivers, house-trained nursing home workers, housecare workers, janitors, massage therapists, nannies, house service workers and home health assistants.

What is the minimum wage in Ontario?

In Ontario, the minimum wages for all employees are $15 an hour or $15 for an entire week.

The province also has an overtime threshold of $10 an extra hour.

For more information on the minimum hourly wage, visit

Employment and unemployment rates in Canada The unemployment rate for Ontario is 4.4 per cent, according the latest available figures.

In 2017, the unemployment rate in Ontario was 4.5 per cent.

This means there were 11.6 million Canadians who are unemployed in 2017.

This rate is much lower than the national average of 11.8 per cent and compares with 12.9 per cent for the United Nations Population Fund, the United Nation Economic Commission for Europe, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.