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Building Cleaning Worker

What Does it Take to Be a Building Cleaning Worker?

Building Cleaning Worker Example All building cleaning workers not listed separately.

Types of Building Cleaning Worker

  • Insect Control Inspector
  • Hand Rug Cleaner
  • Weed Control Inspector
  • Light Fixture Servicer
  • Air Purifier Servicer

Job Demand for Building Cleaning Workers

In the United States, there were 16,200 jobs for Building Cleaning Worker in 2016. New jobs are being produced at a rate of 13% which is above the national average. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts 2,100 new jobs for Building Cleaning Worker by 2026. The BLS estimates 2,400 yearly job openings in this field.


The states with the most job growth for Building Cleaning Worker are Washington, Tennessee, and Florida. Watch out if you plan on working in New Hampshire, Nebraska, or Georgia. These states have the worst job growth for this type of profession.

Salary for a Building Cleaning Worker

The salary for Building Cleaning Workers ranges between about $21,230 and $51,030 a year.


Building Cleaning Workers who work in Idaho, Minnesota, or New Jersey, make the highest salaries.

How much do Building Cleaning Workers make in different U.S. states?

State Annual Mean Salary
Alaska $49,080
Arizona $28,500
Arkansas $30,200
California $42,590
Colorado $28,120
Connecticut $33,870
Delaware $32,170
Florida $36,860
Georgia $31,820
Idaho $59,190
Indiana $27,760
Iowa $28,910
Kentucky $31,390
Louisiana $29,190
Maryland $27,970
Minnesota $44,300
Missouri $33,450
Nebraska $28,080
Nevada $33,240
New Hampshire $31,900
New Jersey $41,150
New Mexico $27,780
New York $41,080
North Carolina $26,020
Ohio $33,630
Oklahoma $31,170
Oregon $30,070
South Carolina $30,440
Tennessee $28,440
Texas $27,440
Virginia $31,610
West Virginia $26,240
Wisconsin $28,330


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