New Yorkers arguably party harder than most on New Year’s, but they sure don’t like having to set up or clean up those parties.
According to new TaskRabbit data from Dec. 31 and Jan. 1, New Yorkers hired twice the number of cleaners and repairmen as did residents in Los Angeles.
TaskRabbit is a digital marketplace where users can hire freelance repairmen, cleaners and the like to do their everyday chores.
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Residents on the Manhattan's Lower East Side booked more tasks than any other New York neighborhood on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
Gramercy Park and Murray Hill hired three times as many handymen as cleaners. On the Upper West Side, residents booked hired morecleaners than any other Manhattan neighborhood.
Additionally, New Yorkers nearly tripled L.A.’s personal assistant tasks and doubled those in San Francisco.