Get your own cleaning company jobs

If you are looking for cleaning company jobs, maybe consider starting your own cleaning business.


Professional cleaning is somewhat unique (as a first-time business) in that it is fast, cheap and easy to start up. Instead of getting trapped into a cleaning job working for a cleaning service, which you will probably top out at $10 per hour. You can be grossing $35 per hour running your own cleaning business. And it will only take you a few months of hard work to get enough jobs to be way ahead of working for someone else. You are going to be working your butt off anyway, probably much harder for the cleaning franchise than if you worked for yourself in high paying small home jobs.


If you are self-starter and possess a DIY personality then you should definitely consider going for it and creating your own cleaning company job!


If you have worked for a cleaning service in the past, all the better since you have experience! You can use that experience to launch your cleaning business even faster with less resistance.


I left a shipping and receiving job at $12 per hour and set out with my own cleaning business and I had NO experience with cleaning. Within three months I was making $25 per hour and I was so much happier, I was so less stressed. I had more time and energy and money to do the things I wanted to do!


Consider getting your own cleaning company jobs instead of working for someone else, it may change your life!


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