RVers Workers On Wheels Newsletter #600 ~ December 26, 2009

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Email the Editor/Publisher ~ Coleen Sykora

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RVers Workers On Wheels Newsletter #600 ~ December 26, 2009

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Update from Your RV Workers On Wheels Newsletter Editor

Happy New Year!

Bob and I thank each of you, our newsletter readers and website visitors, for being part of our lives. Through online communications and personal correspondence, we've come to think of you as friends, as well as fellow RVers. We hope that you had a blessed Christmas and that 2009 ends peacefully and safely for you. May 2010 be your best year, yet, filled with all that is good.

Wherever you are in your work and travels, we wish you joy and prosperity,

Coleen

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Current Job Openings for RVers

Here's a sampling of the most recently listed job openings.

~ CIRI Alaskan Tourism Hiring Numerous Workers in AK
~ Workamper Job in SC Starting Feb 2010
~ Sand Creek RV Park and Sand Creek Trading Post, WY
~ Workamper Position in Colorado, Summer 2010
~ Animal Refuge in New Mexico Seeking Volunteers

The freshest ads are on the December Job Listings page.

~ December Job Listings

For the archives of previously posted job listings, see the monthly job index page.

~ Job Listing Index

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Workers On Wheels Blog

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~ Workers On Wheels Work for RVers and Campers Blog

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Working RVer Tip

If you work at a tourist attraction, you may receive complimentary passes to other events, tours, and attractions in the areas. The savings can be huge.

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New Pages On Work-For-RVers-And-Campers.com

Jobs Working with Dogs for RVers and Campers

Is a job working with dogs and full-time RVing your dream combination? Options range from volunteering at animal shelters, to career positions at dog shows, to working in canine campgrounds.

Some campgrounds cater to dogs, or campers with dogs. The canine friendly campgrounds would be a good place to work as groomer, trainer, or with dogs in some other capacity. They may be open to having you work independently. Or, they may hire you as staff. Cane9Creek RV Park & Campground is one that advertises that they have an on-site groomer.

You might do clicker training or teach clicker training.

Some RVers have a career working with dogs at shows. They show, judge, or trail. They work as handlers and groomers. Others work the shows at trade show reps, for dog food companies or other suppliers.

~~ Read the rest of this article on the website.

~ Working with Dogs

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Working RVer Tip

With over 650 pages on the Work-For-RVers-and-Campers.com website it can sometimes be hard to find exactly what you are looking for. Let our on-site Site Search help you.

Looking for a listing for a particular campground? Wondering where, exactly, we talk about working in Alaska or some other state? Remember reading an article about a particular job, but now can't find it? Want to know if we have any worker profiles or information about working with a circus?

Put your key word or phrase in the search box, just as you would a regular search engine. The difference is that this one searches deep within our site and brings you back all matches.

~ On Site Search Tool

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Your Working While RVing Questions Answered

Hotdogs

~~ Steven asks: Can I travel from flea market to flea market and state to state selling hot dogs from a hot dog cart? Do I need a license in every state or is there a national license that I can obtain?

~~ I answered in part: Setting up business with a hot dog vending cart (or any food concession) requires you have a local health inspection and food license. As far as I know, there's no national license. You need to go to the health department in each state where you work. It is likely that you will also need a county and/or city license, too.

~~ Working RVer Frank P., Sr. added: The bureau-cratic red tape can be a real headache when it comes to licensure. However, it may not be necessary to get a state license for so many states.

~~ Read the longer version of our answers -- and add your comments -- on the website.

~ Hotdog Cart

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Ways RVers Make Money

Here's a sampling of work RVers can do to cut their expenses, earn a living, and pay for their travels.

~ Work at golf courses and country clubs
~ Sell bulk herbs and spices
~ Buy and sell at on-line auctions
~ Pick fruit
~ Tour bus driver

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Watkins Bus. Info

Part of our income comes from my being an Independent Watkins Associate (ID #362289). You could be one, too.

~ Buy or Sell Watkins Products

~ Use and Tell Team Building Method

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Working RVer Tip

Keep yourself, your RV, and your RV site neat and clean.

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Volunteers Needed

Sojourner Christian Retreat Center, Pennsylvania

Escape from the world and find fellowship with other believers.
• No TV
• No Internet
• No newspapers
• No phone

~~ Read more about this on the website.

~ Sojourner Christian Retreat Center

If you hire working RVers, tell us about your business.

~ Submit an Employer Profile

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Working RVer Tip

In many tourist industry jobs, and service jobs, the amount you make in tips can surpass what you make in hourly wages.

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Positive RVing Attitudes

Trouble in marriage often starts when a man gets so busy earnin' his salt that he forgets his sugar. ~ Unknown

The difference between perseverance and obstinacy is that one comes from a strong will, and the other from a strong won't. ~ Henry Ward Beecher

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Coleen Sykora, Editor/Publisher
35555 Spur Hwy #281
Soldotna, AK 99669

(c) 2009 All Rights reserved

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