When I got my robot maids, I found my dream job

A robot maid, who works for a company that builds robots, is a dream job.

She works for just under $1,000 per month, and earns more than $10,000 in total.

The woman, who also happens to be a woman, says she was attracted to the job because of the pay and benefits.

But after months of hard work, the dream job finally came to an end.

The robot maid was laid off in November.

The company she worked for, L2 Robotics, said it would not renew the job and laid her off, which led to the robot maid losing her job.

L2 said it has since laid off some of its robot maid workforce, but said it still employs more than 20 robots at the company’s facilities in California and Ohio.

“It’s sad and frustrating, and we are sad that we can’t continue to help more women in their careers,” said the company in a statement.

“We are very grateful that L2 has recognized our dedication to our robot maid employees and is continuing to support them.”

The robot was first employed by L2 in 2001, and was made available for use as a “flexible schedule” for companies that want to hire robot maid to replace their traditional workers.

Since then, the company has added several robots to its workforce, and has also added new robotic staff.

The robotics work comes with many perks.

Workers are eligible for health insurance and the company also offers flexible schedules for its workers.

But the most important perk for many is the money.

While it is not always easy to find a job that pays a living wage, the robot worker has access to healthcare and other benefits.

“If you don’t work, you can still have your own life,” said L2 spokeswoman Lauren Brown.

“The robots are not for the faint of heart.”

The company said it had already laid off 20 of its robots and had put many more on temporary layoff.

Some robots are now out of work and can be replaced by cheaper workers who can be hired in other areas of the company.

The L2 robots are also getting more expensive.

They now cost $15,000 for an adult robot, $20,000 if they are young, and $50,000 more for a young robot.