A study by the Italian magazine L’Osservatore Romano has found that Italians are less likely to be cleaners than other European countries.
The study, which was conducted in collaboration with the Institute of Applied Economics, found that the average cleanliness score of Italians was only 15.2, while the average score for Germans was around 31.1.
According to the report, a survey conducted by the Institute also showed that the Italians were the most likely to take time to wash and dry their hands.
The report also found that cleaning is the least important aspect of the job, with only 15 percent of the respondents saying that it was very important.
The majority of respondents also said that they were satisfied with their work, but the average was around 47.3.