Maid

female employee household work in the employer's home or less frequently place of business
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A maid, housemaid or, formerly, maidservant is a female employed in domestic worker. Maids perform typical domestic chores such as cooking, ironing, washing, cleaning the house, grocery shopping, caring for pets, and taking care of children like a nanny. In many places in some poor countries, maids often take on the role of a nurse in taking care of the elderly and people with disabilities. Many maids are required by their employers to wear a uniform.

Drawing by William Thomas Smedley, 1906
Banksy: Sweep at Hoxton, 2008

In June 2011, International Labour Organization has made its Convention No.189 for domestic workers including maids.

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