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Janitors are an important part of schools, offices and buildings. They perform cleaning, maintenance and security duties. The objective is to keep a building in a neat and orderly state. Tasks may include performing usual maintenance activities, informing management of need for repairs and improvements, and also cleaning snow or debris from sidewalk



  • Sweep and mop rooms, halls and waiting areas and clean and disinfect surfaces such as floors

  • Gather and empty trash

  • Perform routine inspection and maintenance activities

  • Make lesser adjustments and repairs such as changing bulbs or repairing wires

  • Clean windows, glass partitions, and mirrors

  • Stock and maintain supply rooms

  • Supervise building security

  • Set up and remove decorations and scaffolding to prepare facilities for various events


Pay for Janitors in the United States sits in the ballpark of $10.08 per hour. The income range spans the entire spectrum between $8.03 per hour and $14.96. The most influential factor affecting pay for this group is geographic location, though career duration and the specific company have a (lesser) impact as well. Being a janitor has its benefits: flexible work schedule, including opportunities for part-time work, and no formal education requirements

(Source: PayScale)

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