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Swimming Pool Servicers


The employment outlook for swimming pool servicers is tied to the health of the economy. When the economy is strong, existing pool owners are more willing to pay for pool cleaning services, and more people are interested in installing swimming pools. The opposite is true when the economy is weak. As the economy strengthens, more people will return to work and have less time to clean and maintain their pools. In 2020, the coronavirus pandemic caused many lockdowns, including the closures of public pools, as well as travel restrictions. As a result, more people have been installing pools in their backyards and using their existing pools more, which has created high demand for pool servicers. This demand is expected to continue into 2021. According to IBISWorld, the swimming pool cleaning service industry grew at an annual rate of 6.3 percent from 2014 to 2019, with more than 4 percent growth in 2019 alone, and the outlook is bright for the years to come. 

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