Compensation Watch ’16: The Guy Cleaning Up After Your Dog

...is making pretty good money.
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Your dog-walker may be making as much as you do.

He knows a solo dog walker in his neighborhood who makes $2,000 a week by working 35 to 40 hours a week. And he knows a dog walker with employees who makes $150,000 after paying his employees.

And Stewart says he makes about $110,000 a year — after paying his expenses and employees — while working 25 hours a week. “It’s full-time time pay for part-time work. I think everyone would want that,” he says, adding, “I’m doing something that I love and I have time to go to school at night.”

This dog walker probably makes more money than you do [MarketWatch]

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