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RVers Workers On Wheels Newsletter #733 ~ August 19, 2012
August 19, 2012

The Newsletter for Working RVers and Campers, by Working RVers and Campers

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RVers Workers On Wheels Newsletter #733 ~ August 19, 2012

Workers On Wheels Work For RVers and Campers

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Update from Your RV Workers On Wheels Newsletter Editor

We went to the Kenai Peninsula Fair in Ninilchik, Alaska, on Friday. If you ever want ideas for what you can do as a working RVer, a walk through a fair should get your mind reeling with them.

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

Coleen

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Part of our income comes from my being an Independent Watkins Associate (ID #362289) within the Summit Group. I'd love to help you build a successful business, too. To see the full product catalog and to find out what we do and how you can get started, click here.

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A Few of the Current Job Openings for RVers

Here's a sampling of the most recently listed job openings. What you see here are just a few of those that we have listed on the website.

~ TX: Job for Woodworker Includes Salary
~ MI: Golf Resort Needs Working RVers
~ CA: Miracle Cleaning Cloth Sales
~ ID: Ranchette Caretaker Position
~ CO: Winter and Summer Resort Positions
~ TX: Cleaning Position that Pays

To see all of the Help Wanted ads from this month click here.

For the archives of jobs listed in previous months, go here.

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Earning a Living with a Website

Perhaps you'd like to work online, making money with a website. There are lots of ways to do that. To find out how some folks are earning their living with a website, click here.

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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.

~ Hunting camp janitorial staff
~ Schoolyard security
~ Make and sell silverware crafts
~ Conduct educational classes
~ Locating service for hard to find auto parts

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Working RVer Tip

The specific words used in a Help Wanted ad may tell you a great deal about the people you would be working for or with. For instance, if a position calls for a "married couple" they likely have different values than if the ad reads "two-person team."

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Show Booths: 18 Tips to Make Them a Sales Success

These tips are based on our personal experience. You'll find them by clicking here.

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Dream Jobs - FabJob Guides

Have a particular job or career in mind, but just don't know how to get started? What do you need for education or background? Where are the jobs? What do they pay? And, just what is the work really like, anyway? The Guides answer these questions. Click here to see what's available.

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Looking for Even More "Help Wanted" Ads on Website?

Here are more headlines from current postings:

~ TX: Camp Workers in Activities Wanted
~ VA: RV Caretaker Wanted
~ TX: Park Job for Woman
~ AZ: Couple Wanted for SW AZ Park
~ TX: Park and Apartment Manager
~ TX: Maintenance Worker Wanted

To see all of the Help Wanted ads from this month click here.

For the archives of jobs listed in previous months, go here.

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Workers On Wheels Blog

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The website is changing, so depending on your timing, the link to the blog is either:

~ Workers On Wheels Work for RVers and Campers Blog

or

~ Workers On Wheels Work for RVers and Campers Blog

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Working RVer Tip

Show your work ethic. Whether you are looking for an easy position or one that requires hard work, make it clear in your communications with employers. Some campground owners are fine with laid back, easy-going workers. Others expect steady output from their staff.

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Rodeo Jobs: More than Professional Cowboys

Riding, roping, racing, and wrestling may be the most visible part of the rodeo. But take another look around the rodeo arena. See the clowns and other specialty act entertainers? See the bullfighters, pick-up men, timers, judges, and announcers? What's a rodeo without them?

Look further behind the scenes and you will find stock contractors, laborers, and photographers. And, while you may never see them, secretaries, accountants, carpenters, and electricians are all part of it, too.

~ Read the rest of this article by going here.

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Your Working While RVing Questions Answered

Niche Product Vendors

~~ Jena asks: Our company is exploring the possibility of being a vendor at some county fairs across the US. I'm exploring how to staff the booths. We're a small business with a niche product line that needs demonstrations.

~~ I answered in part: You may be able to find assistants through a temp agency. These day workers could help with hauling in product, setting up displays, manning the booth, and helping to tear down and pack things up after the show.

~~ Read the longer version of my answer -- and add your comments -- on the website

Have a question about doing volunteer work or working for pay while RVing? Ask.

~ Ask a question about working while RVing.

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Fair Booth Availability

~~ An RVer writes: If you are interested in applying for space at any county or state fair, you will need to contact each event manager. There is a Western Fair Association that does manage most of the events in the western states, including California and surrounding states.

~~ Read more about this on the website here.

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Workers On Wheels Back Issues

If you've missed some of our newsletters, you can still find many of them on the website by clicking here.

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Positive RVing Attitudes

Make a decision to be successful right now. Most people never decide to be wealthy and that is why they retire poor. ~ Brian Tracy

Much may be done in those little shreds and patches of time which every day produces, and which most men throw away. ~ Charles Caleb Colton

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

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