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RVers Workers On Wheels Newsletter #755 ~January 20, 2013
January 20, 2013

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

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RVers Workers On Wheels Newsletter #755 ~ January 20, 21013

Workers On Wheels: Work For RVers and Campers

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Update from Your RV Workers On Wheels Newsletter Editor

Jobs, jobs, and more jobs. Many of them pay an hourly wage for every hour worked, in addition to providing an RV site with hook-ups. There are also some work-for-site jobs, some straight exchanges and others that are a mix of bartered hours and paid hours. We also have listings for government run parks looking for volunteer camp hosts.

Please keep in mind that the job listings below are only some of the new ads that I posted this week. Go to our website to see all of them. Although I only list the headline here in the newsletter, when you get to the website, you'll see the full ads, including the contact information for every one of them. There is no fee. You do NOT need to pay to see any of our Help Wanted ads.

Happy job hunting! There's a bunch to choose from this week.

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 Help Wanted ads that I posted to the website this past week. These jobs pay wages for all hours worked. What you see here are just a few of those that we have listed on the website.

~ MT: Job with Wages and RV Site in Glacier Nat. Park
~ AR: Salary and FHU RV Site at Fishing Resort
~ OR: Paid County RV Park Host Position
~ TX: Paid Salary for Resident Manager
~ FL: Pay and RV Site for Running BBQ
~ Canada, BC: Summer RV Park Caretaker
~ SD: Museum and Motel Jobs, All Hours Paid
~ IN: RV Walkthrough or Orientation Technician
~ CA: Paid Position Working in the Sierra National Forest
~ NM: Salary and RV Site at Campground in the Mountains
~ Canada: NS: Bible You Camp Cook Salaried Position

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.

~ Theme park pottery maker
~ Wash and wax motorhomes
~ Clerical work, temp service
~ Make and sell baskets
~ Clown at shows and events
~ Fish bait shop owner

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Working RVer Tip

It's good to have a resume, even if the employer doesn't ask for one. It gives you the chance to create your marketing message before the interview. Also, if your penmanship isn't the best, having a resume typed and printed out may give you an edge. At the very least, it will help you to organize the information most likely asked for on a job application.

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Here are More Current Job Openings for RVers

These are more of the jobs that I posted this past week. These include full paid positions, as well as work-for-site and volunteer positions. What you see here are just a few of those that we have listed on the website.

~ IN: Retail Clerk for RV Parts Store
~ SD: Paid Campground Positions at Harford Beach State Park
~ TX: Caretaker Wanted for Missionary Family's Home
~ TN: You May Bring Two Horses to this Campground Job
~ Canada: NS: Bible Youth Camp Maintenance and Janitorial
~ NM: Winter Help Wanted at RV Resort
~ FL: KOA Year Round, Part Time Position
~ NC: Bluegrass Festival, RV Site, Pay for Extra Hrs.
~ MD: Camphosts Wanted at State Park
~ PA: Work and Play in the Pocono Mountains
~ WA: Advertising Sales for RV Park Maps

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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Working RVer Job Hunting Tip

Contact employers some time other than when they are likely to be the busiest. For campgrounds, weekends may be a bad time. For restaurants, avoid the noon lunch hour. For grocery stores, skip the late afternoon hours when people are doing their after school and after work dinner shopping. If they aren't crazy-busy, they can give you and your application more time and consideration.

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Positive RVing Attitudes

If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead anywhere. ~ Frank A. Clark

If your vocation is not a vacation then you're destined to meander in mediocrity. ~ Gary Eby

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

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