The Housekeeping job is one of the most lucrative jobs in the homekeeping industry.
It is usually reserved for people with good cleaning skills, but not necessarily with the right background.
A housekeeper’s job involves cleaning the homes of people who live in it and, by extension, keeping them in their homes.
Housekeeping jobs also include housekeeping maintenance, cleaning out sinks, vacuuming and sweeping the floors.
The National Association of Home Builders estimates there are more than 4.2 million housekeepers in the United States, earning $11.3 billion in wages last year, according to a report from the National Association for the Home Builder.
It is not known if these are the people who are the targets of the scamsters, nor are they the ones who are hired to clean up after them.
It’s possible that they are people who simply don’t know the law or the rules governing their jobs, and have been misled.
To spot these people, it’s important to ask if they are being paid a reasonable wage and if they have the right training.
To find out, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, a research arm of the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, analyzed the salaries and other details of more than 1,600 housekeepers who were working in the U.S. between 2001 and 2010.
In the wake of the House of Representatives’ investigation into the scam, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform released a report detailing the details of the scandal.
It found that more than half of the housekeepers surveyed reported receiving kickbacks from people who said they would clean houses for them.
Many were paid $10 to $20 a day.
“This investigation reveals a widespread practice of people using the housekeeping industry to rake in a large percentage of the wages paid to housekeepers,” said Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md.
This practice, the report found, often involves people in the private sector receiving a salary and receiving kickback payments from employers to help cover the cost of their cleaning work.
In the case of some of these people who were paid kickbacks, it is unclear what they actually did.
Some had little experience, such as cleaning toilets or toilets in bathrooms, but they could clean the house.
Others worked in the same house or the same household, often cleaning other houses.
Cummings said some of the money is used to pay for living expenses.
In some cases, the kickbacks are made to the person, such that the person does not pay their own bills.
In other cases, they are used to cover rent, food and utilities.
Housekeeping employees often work for different companies, according the report.
For example, the survey found that the majority of housekeepers working in private firms did not have an employer-related insurance.
In addition, they often do not have health insurance.
“It is unclear if the money paid to these employees by the employer was actually used for cleaning purposes,” the report said.
“The survey did not identify whether they were reimbursed for cleaning services, or if the reimbursements were for a flat fee or other fixed amount.”
Housekeeping workers are typically paid less than minimum wage.
A housekeeper can earn between $15 and $20 per hour.
A private cleaning company can pay between $30 and $40 per hour, depending on the company.
They may also receive bonuses for completing tasks.
Some people are lured into working for people who they think will help them out, said Michael C. Goggin, a law professor at the University of California, Berkeley.
For instance, he said, people who think they are cleaning up a sewer or plumbing problem can use housekeepers to help them clean the home.
“I’ve seen a lot of people being lured into this,” Gogin said.
It’s not uncommon for people to receive kickbacks in the mail, according of the survey.
Housekeeping jobs are often filled by people who can’t be reached on the phone.
The House of Representative investigation is part of a larger effort to make sure that homecare workers are paid fairly.
Since the beginning of the recession, the Occupation Safety and Insurance Administration has increased inspections of home care centers, and more people have reported having their homes cleaned by people outside of their homes in order to make up for lost wages, according, to the House Oversight and Oversight and Investigations Committee.
The report found that some people who work in private homes do not receive proper training.
One homecare provider told investigators that people who don’t have the proper training on the job are often hired by companies that are in a position to manipulate the market for homecare jobs.
For example, a homecare company may hire an employee who doesn’t have a cleaning license and is not registered with the state, the study found.
In this case, the company will pay