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They are also one of the biggest targets for killing right now but still put their own life at risk for others. Honestly think they are amazing and are ture unrecognised heroes
Got any horror stories?
No that job gave me PTSD
I bet the suicides are the worst. Even more so than the murders.
There aren’t any bodies when you go to a site to clean, but the gore is left behind, it never affected me until years later after I left that job. It slowly sneaks up on you and it bites. You could have the toughest stomach and still be affected by what you see. The hoarders homes were much much much worse than the suicide scenes. That’s a fact
I was making nearly $70 an hour... so it’s a well paying job if you go with the right company. But it will cause issues later on in life
So is the turnover rate quite high? No one makes a lifetime career of it?You say you made $70 an hour, is there a time limit to how long you can take?
@Bananaman177 I was part time when i was training, and when I was over with training. I was on call for the most part, it all depended on the calls we received.
@Bananaman177That job is over exhausting, people usually leave after 10 years... i started my own business from home so I don't need a job like that anymore. i traveled often when i was a cleaner, its just too much man.
So when you first start, they just throw you right into the deep end? They don't start you off with the "easy" clean ups?
@Bananaman177 no of course not, i started working in hoarders homes and simple house clean ups, or hospital clean ups, cleaning schools places like that, depended on the contracts with the company.My first clean was at a funeral home, cleaned the lobby, offices and the morgue as well.
So would it be possible for someone to simply avoid the worst of the worst clean-up jobs? Or would you have to own the business to get away with that?I don't know if you saw that recent Vice documentary on the Chris Benoit tragedy, but it really struck me how truly ghastly and awful it would be to have to clean up a bloody crime scene. . . in a small child's room. (Although in Benoit's case I believe there was no blood, the boy was drugged and then suffocated.)
Well the reason I got paid so much is because I was in crime scene clean up, normal janitors make $20-45 an hour depending on the company your with and the experience you have.
Hospital janitors make more than school janitors
More risk involved for hospital cleaning than school cleaning if you get what I’m saying
It’s better to not know the story behind the crime scene, you don’t want to know the details just what happened so you can clean correctly.
Also people who go out of their way to help you when they dont have to as well.
Prostitutes and strippers?
Hey hard job taking clothes off in front hundredths of people, and able go have sex for money not knowing who other person it is. Plus change could go to jail.