A housekeeper’s job is to make sure you have enough money in your pocket for essentials and, of course, to keep you happy.
The salary of a housekeeper depends on many factors, including the level of her job, and the type of work she does, but her main responsibility is to provide you with food, shelter, medical care and other necessities.
The average housekeeper earns between $40,000 and $65,000 a year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The top earners are housekeepers in nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
The job requires little formal training.
In most states, home care and home health aides must be certified.