The number of housekeepers employed across the country increased by almost 5,000 in the past year, according to a new report.
In 2018, there were nearly 7,000 housekeeping positions available in the U.S., according to the National Association of Housekeepers.
That number increased by more than 8,000 from the year before.
In the second quarter of 2018, the number of vacant jobs at the National Housekeeping Association jumped by nearly 20 percent, from 1,923 positions to 2,812.
There were also more than 10,000 vacancies in the field of home care and family services, according the report.
There are now over 2.4 million workers in the country’s home care, family services and nursing sectors.
Housekeeping jobs are mostly seasonal, with people typically coming into the field after a few years of training.
That’s why they’re often paid in cash.
They’re often part of the workforce, but they’re not the primary source of income.
The average hourly wage for housekeepers in 2018 was $15.69, according an analysis from The National Association for Housekeepers, which is an industry association.
That means most people earning minimum wage do not have to worry about a day of unemployment.
Housekeepers are paid the same as other workers in many ways, such as overtime, but are required to take time off work during off-hours.
In some cases, they’re required to participate in mandatory vacation time, and some workers are also required to do other work that requires them to be on the job.
There’s no federal minimum wage law for housekeeping.
But it’s important to note that many of the jobs that require housekeeping are seasonal, so they can’t be fully automated.
In addition to the hourly wage, housekeepers must also pay their own bills.
That means many of them are not compensated in the same way as the rest of the population.
The median annual household income for a housekeeper is about $37,500, according The National Housekeepers Association.
The median income for all workers in 2018 is about half that, about $28,300.