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RVers Workers On Wheels Newsletter #754 ~January 13, 2013
January 13, 2013

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

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RVers Workers On Wheels Newsletter #754 ~ January 13, 2013

Workers On Wheels: Work For RVers and Campers

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Update from Your RV Workers On Wheels Newsletter Editor

If you want a paid, seasonal position with the SD Dept. of Game and Fish, working in a state park or recreation area, or at a fish hatchery, now is the time to apply. You'll also find private sector paid positions in the Black Hills advertised in this issue.

We from RVers wondering about jobs in the eastern states. You'll find them here: A work-for-site campground position. RV dealership store clerks and walk-through techs. A private estate owner looking for someone to mow grass and weed eat.

Take a look at all of the postings. You'll find them from coast to coast. Some are looking for immediate help. Others have openings for next summer. I'll also be posting more in the next few days, as I'm still a bit behind. To see these new ones that get posted throughout the week, be sure to check the blog page of our website. You'll find it by clicking here.

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

Coleen

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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.

~ SD: Paid Campground Attendant
~ OK: State Park Position with Part-time Pay and RV Site
~ SD: Naturalist - Education Services, Paid
~ TN: Yard Care for Site and Salary
~ VT: RV Parts Store Retail Clerk
~ SD: Motel Jobs in the Black Hills
~ SD: Trail and Grounds Maint. Jobs with Hourly Pay
~ TX: Work Camping Couple Needed to Start in February 2013
~ SD: Noxious Weed Management Pays Hourly
~ AZ: Caretaker and Groundskeeper Work 15 Hours a Week
~ SD: Paid Campground Security and Attendant
~ WI: Work with Exchange Students from Around the World
~ SD: St. Park Paid Seasonal Campground Jobs

To see the Help Wanted ads posted so far this month (January) go here.

To see the Help Wanted ads in December, click here.

To see the Help Wanted ads posted in November, go here.

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

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Ways RVers Make Money

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

~ Steam engineer
~ Promotional product sales
~ Art gallery guide
~ Vendor at dog shows
~ Personal letter writer
~ Lodge security

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Working RVer Tip

When deciphering a Help Wanted ad, note the difference between "required" and "preferred." "Required" items are non-negotiables – skills, education, experiences, or traits that you must have to get the job. However, "preferred" items are the extras, things employers would like to see, but that aren't mandatory. Having those preferred qualities can set you apart from other applicants. They can also be used to help increase your compensation package.

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Public Relations Jobs

A public relations expert might sound like an impressive title. But, what, really, do you do in a public relations job? As a public relations expert, you might work for one of the top 10 PR agencies. Or, you might work as a consultant manager, do marketing jobs, or freelance with your own publicity business.

To read the rest of this article, go here.

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Here are More Current Job Openings for RVers

These are more of the most recently listed job openings. What you see here are just a few of those that we have listed on the website.

~ SD: Custer St. Park Entrance Station, Hourly Pay
~ VT: Walkthrough Technician (FT Seasonal)
~ ME: Work Camper Wanted in New England
~ SD: State Park Seasonal Law Enforcement
~ MN: Work Camper Wanted at Lake RV Resort
~ AZ: Distant Drums RV Resort Summer 2013
~ CA: 2013 Seasonal Work Campers
~ SD: Paid Campground and Gate Attendant
~ WA: Golf Club & RV Resort Seeks Camp Work Staff
~ SD: Paid Lead Maintenance Campground Worker
~ CA: Need Physically Fit Mechanical Maint. Worker
~ SD: Custer SP Waste Water Tech, Hourly Pay

To see the Help Wanted ads posted so far this month (January) go here.

To see the Help Wanted ads in December, click here.

To see the Help Wanted ads posted in November, go here.

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

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Why Are You Seeking Work?

You need to know why you are looking for a job so you can choose a position right for you. Money, of course, right? Well, no. For some, money isn't the answer. It may or may not be for you. Decide what you want or need from the job, before you start your job search. Seeking work that meets your needs means bypassing jobs perfect for someone else.

To read the rest of this article, click here.

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Working RVer Tip

Show your energy and your enthusiasm. Employers shouldn't use your age against you, as in "too young" or "too old" to do the job. But coming across as too tired to do the job can certainly hurt your chances of being hired. Doesn't matter if your tired look comes from chasing toddlers or from having senior aches and pains that keep you awake at night, looking (and sounding) wiped out can cost you the job. If you have the energy to do the job, make sure that comes across in your communications with the employer.

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Positive RVing Attitudes

The door to a balanced success opens widest on the hinges of hope and encouragement. ~ Zig Zigler

Winners make a habit of manufacturing their own positive expectations in advance of the event. ~ Brian Tracy

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

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