4 Housekeeper jobs in Japan

    Job Outlook for Housekeeper

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    Jobs for housekeepers are growing moderately and do not require formal education as many of the responsibilities can be learned on the job. Most housekeepers work indoors and outside of normal business hours as cleaning generally takes place when buildings are empty. Job seekers interested in these roles should be comfortable working with varying cleaning tools and products as well as working in a sometimes dirty environment. With additional training and experience, they can grow into a management position that requires overseeing cleaning staff and duties.

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    Ki Niseko - Housekeeper/ハウスキーパー