There are few professions that offer simple, regular work. None more so than cleaning. Working as a cleaner can be a worthwhile opportunity because practically everyone needs one. Large and small businesses, homes, apartments and public facilities. The work load varies wildly depending on use, so occasionally there will be days where considerably less effort is required and on other days more.
There are many forms of cleaning however few of them are complex. Dusting and using a vacuum-cleaner are among the simplest. While unpleasant; scrubbing toilets, bathtubs and showers is also very easy. The same with washing cars, there is little difficulty washing the outside and inside requires only the bare minimum of common sense and gutter cleaning brisbane fluids.
Washing windows can be a tough job, particularly for those with a problem with heights. Quite a lot of stretching involved too. It can be quite a pleasant job if you enjoy the sun. At the same time you move around a lot and get a good view (when you are done). Doing it from the side of a building in an elevator can be a daunting task but it is just a different platform and is in no way dangerous provided you are careful and calm.
Floors cleaning is a seemingly simple task, which needs care taken to avoid injuries. A little care and signage is all that is really necessary to avoid people slipping. Waxing floors can be more difficult as it is a learning process; the use of buffing machines and fresh wax is a hard thing to do without experience. Steam cleaning floors is another form that has gained popularity recently and has its own issues, most notably the care needed in the use of the steam itself; it is easy for a careless person to scald themselves. Done properly however and steam cleaning is very straight-forward and easy; not very different from using a mop.
Washing clothes can be the most complex task, from the careful use of detergents and water temperatures to the fabric softeners, bleaches and sanitising chemicals. The careful separation of dark and light colours, of whites from the pile can be all that keeps people from ruining clothes.
Many natural fibres require special attention as they can of course shrink. How many people with little knowledge have turned white shirts pink or blue?
Dry cleaning is harder and more complex, working with finer clothes that have issues with standard washing methods is done with chemicals other than water which dissolve dirt and stains but don’t adhere to the fabric, evaporating under room temperature.
Finally the last and perhaps the easiest form of cleaning is simply picking up litter and disposing of rubbish, either to a bin or transporting larger more complicated rubbish to the local garbage dump or recycling centre. It is by no means a glamorous job or a particularly pleasant one, however these are jobs that are always available.