This Chinese Woman Makes $1,500 in Two Days by Organizing Other People's Closets
Jul 12, 2016 11:53
Your closet is straight up messy. And there's a person who will organize it for you. This woman launched a business to organize other people's closets, and is raking in some good cash from it too. Deng, started her business in 2015, and is now getting quite a lot of business.
It's an uncommon job to say the least.
But it definitely requires some skills. Deng has served over 60 clients to date, and most of them are middle-class women who own too many clothes!
Deng charges by the hour. And she will label things accordingly. Once everything is organized, she tells the clients where things are placed.
Home organizing and cleaning out your closet seems to be growing trend right now.
Deng's job is actually quite tough, because, as anyone knows, cleaning out a closet isn't as simple as it looks.
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