BUSINESS INSIDER – TANZA LOUDENBACK
You don’t have to be rich to live among the wealthy.
One family in New York City is hiring a live-in “domestic couple” to oversee cooking, cleaning, childcare, and construction at their second home, a 30,000-square-foot townhouse.
The “prominent Upper East Side couple” is looking for a team of two workers to act as “gatekeepers to the principals ensuring all aspects of the home are adequately operating at all times,” the listing says.
The listing was provided to Business Insider by David Youdovin, the founder and CEO of Hire Society, a recruitment firm that helps high-net-worth individuals and families in New York City, the Hamptons, and Palm Beach staff their homes and businesses.
“The vast majority of our clients are the 0.01% — they have multiple homes, private aircraft, and several members of domestic staff,” said Youdovin, who worked as a butler and estate manager for billionaires before founding Hire Society in 2012.