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Last updated on March 6th, 2018 at 12:31 am
A question that would only occur to an Age writer:
Is hiring someone else to clean up after you ethical?
The Age’s Alex May continues:
Danielle Robertson, CEO of DIAL-AN-ANGEL, says clients hiring the $25-an-hour cleaners from her agency are typically time-poor. “People don’t want to spend four hours on a Saturday cleaning – they would rather be sunning themselves or taking a walk or spending time with their family,” she says.
But maybe those cleaners would rather be sunning themselves or taking a walk or spending time with their family, too?
If they would rather be sunning themselves, there’s nothing stopping them. Poor but happy, they’d be, without jobs and income. Of course, Alex herself might be able to spend more time with her family if she weren’t required to write appalling nonsense for the Age. Where’s the justice?
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