Housekeeping services has become one of the hottest industries in the country, and many are leaving their jobs to pursue their dreams.
But for Emily Mazzola, who works in the housekeeping industry, the industry is a mess.
“I feel like I’ve lost everything in my life,” Mazzetta told Axios.
“You can’t go anywhere.
You’re on the job, and it’s just so stressful.”
She’s been trying to work for years to get her money together, but it took her a few years to even get the $50,000 she needed to finally get her house in order.
Mazzia has worked for several employers, including a former husband and two sons, but was offered a new job at an auto dealership before finding a home in the Midwest.
“When you have a home, it’s a dream, and the housekeepers are a special breed,” Moustac said.
“They’re the kind of people that are kind, caring, hardworking, hard-working and hard-wearing.”
Mazzola is now looking for a new home and a new career, and she said she wants to go back to school and pursue her dream of becoming a housekeeper.
“I have two kids, and my husband is not working anymore,” Mizzola said.
She’s looking for work to help pay the bills and take care of her kids.
“My husband doesn’t want to go anywhere, and I can’t just take the money I need to pay for the kids,” Muzzy said.