In 2016, cleaners and helpers accounted for 3.65% in the total employment in EU.
The total employment in this occupation reached 8,208,378.
During the period 2011-2016, the number of people employed as cleaners and helpers in EU changed by 2.81%.
In 2016, cleaners and helpers were mostly employed in the following sectors in the EU:
- Administrative services (2,407,070)
- Arts & recreation (1,717,871)
- Health & social care (1,463,472)
- Education (619,090)
- Accommodation & food (560,097)
Countries with highest employment share of cleaners and helpers in 2016:
- Cyprus (7.53%)
- France (6.40%)
- Spain (6.13%)
- Luxembourg (6.08%)
- Belgium (5.82%)
In the period 2016-2030, employment for cleaners and helpers in EU is projected to change by 10.98%.