There is a big misconception that a lot of people have about the office cleaning business. Janitorial work in general, is thought of as a low paying dead end job. You don't need to be a college graduate to empty trash cans and most part-time employees of cleaning services are only paid a low hourly wage.
In contrast, the owner of the private cleaning service, the one who put in the bid and got the account is getting paid a fixed amount of money every month. This steady income usually translates into around $40 dollars per cleaning, for an average of one hour of work. You are not some kind of low, hourly paid high school janitor. When you own the cleaning service company, you are considered to be a cleaning contractor.
In the office cleaning business, the more accounts you take on, the more money you will make. Working part-time for a full-time income is typical in this business and you can do it too.
Cleaning up is big business! The cleaning industry in general, generates over 35 billion dollars every year in the United States and you can get your share of this growing revenue. Of all the different types of cleaning services out there, office cleaning is the cream of the crop.
The U. S. Department of Commerce reported that over 11 billion dollars was spent last year, specifically on commercial cleaning services and this cleaning service revenue is increasing every year. Office cleaning is a recession proof business and can be very profitable but certain steps should be taken so you can get the most out of it. $54 thousand dollars Part-Time in your own Office Cleaning Business! is very possible.
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