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How much do cleaners earn per hour?
10 to 17 dollars
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Answer If working for a company the answer is typically between $10 - $25 an hour this would be paid out of the company fee which would typically be between $25 …and $45 an hour. The company would also cover the employees social security co-pays as well as all employment taxes. If the cleaner is working for themselves the answer is typically between $15 - $25 an hour for a legitimate cleaner who is claiming their income and paying their taxes. One huge caveat to the person hiring this type of cleaner is to check that they are indeed licensed and insured with liability insurance as well as Workman's comp insurance, this is for your protection as well as their own. Other factors that determine wage amounts would be the location, if the person/ company provides equipment and supplies, is the person paid by commission or by the hour, etc... I used to pay $55 for my cleaning lady to clean my house. I gave her an extra pay at Christmas.
about $120.00 an hour
Answer It depends on what place you work at
Answer Minimum wage laws vary greatly across many different jurisdictions, not only in setting a particular amount of money per hour as in the UK but also in term…s of which pay period e.g. Russia and China set monthly minimums The following minimum wage amounts apply in the UK as of 1st October 2007 regargless of what work you are employed to undetake: * £5.52 (about $11) per hour for 22-year-olds and above * £4.60 per hour for 18-to-21-year-olds * £3.40 per hour for under-18s who have finished compulsory education In the USA the federal minimum wage has been $5.85 per hour since 24th July 2007. Many states and municipalities have minimum wages higher than this, but some U.S. territories such as American Samoa are exempt. Some types of labor are also exempt, and tipped labor must be paid a minimum of $2.13 per hour, as long as the hourly wage plus tipped income result in a minimum of $5.85 per hour.
in the uk anything from £12.50 - £20.00 per hour x
i dunno the exact amount other window cleaners earn as it all depends how much effort they are prepared to put into it. window cleaning is like any business in that they have …out goings before they make a profit, the days of just buying a ladder and an old cloth and you are up in running are long gone, as today the professional window cleaners invest in safer ways to clean windows, ie the latest safest way to clean windows is WFP which stands for water fed pole, the equipment to buy can run into thousands if you go mainstream (wfp suppliers) or hundreds if you go DIY, each being way too expensive for the traditional dole cheat/beer money window cleaner that most people conjure up in their minds, which by the way are on their way out due to thorough checks by the dss and the inland revenue, also in Scotland by the licensing authorities. so now to the answer to your question.......IF you are prepared to work hard as an individual you should be able to hit a minimum of £ 20 per hour, however i know window cleaners who earn as much as £ 50 per hour which when you take into consideration the 20% servicable outlays works out at £ 40 quid an hour, not too bad for a humble window cleaner. now if you are a window cleaning company cleaning outlets of tesco asda etc?...you will of course need staff to handle the workload, your money in these cases is made in volume...ie the hourly rate per window cleaner is nowhere near the above mentioned sum, its probably only going to be a percentage above the national minimum or could be the national minimum wage, and i know of window cleaning companies who charge the clients the national min + 10 percent per window cleaner, which does not sound like a well thought out business, however when you consider they are doing hundreds of jobs per week its not hard to work out how much profit can be made. the simple answer is a window cleaner working for himself should be earning at least £ 20 quid per hour...it all depends how many hours he is prepared to work though.
200 dollar for one evening which means roughly 40-60 dollar an hour.
That varies widely by department, and by the firefighter's rank and time of service. I've seen salaries ranging from $20k to $100k per year. Cost of living in a particul…ar area is usually a factor, as well as the financial stability of the municipality.
A receptionist may start anywhere between $14 to $17 the hour. A receptionist may start anywhere between $14 to $17 the hour.
$164.37/ Hour (Saying that they work 40 hours per week.) $6,574.83/ Weekly $26,299.33/ Monthly $315,591.98/ Annually
about 400,000,000 an hour that's excluding 11 holidays assuming u don't get paid for them and how hard you blow