How much does a professional organizer make?
The average income for a professional organizer was $42,000 as of 2013, according to the job website SimplyHired. Since the professional organizer industry is still unregulated, there are no specific requirements to become a professional organizer. Most have at least high school diplomas and a passion for neatness.
How do you become a certified professional organizer?
How to Earn Your CPO Credential
- Education Requirements. You must have a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent.
- Paid Work Experience. You must be able to provide documentation of 1,500 hours of paid work experience as a professional organizer within five years prior to applying.
- Code of Ethics.
- Pass CPO Exam.
Is a professional organizer worth it?
A Professional’s Mind
Not everyone has the mind of a professional organizer. They may put things out in a way that dazzles you because you would have never thought of it on your own. It’s worth the cost when you see your things organized in a way you’ve never imagined, yet it helps you life your life better.
What is the average cost of a professional organizer?
A professional organizer typically cost between $30 and $80 per hour, with appointments ranging from a few hours to straighten up a small room up to several days to work on a cluttered office or a particularly challenging garage. TAOrganizing estimates the average room takes 8-12 hours.