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RVers Workers On Wheels Newsletter #767 ~ March 17, 2013
March 17, 2013

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

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RVers Workers On Wheels Newsletter #767 ~ March 17, 2013

Workers On Wheels: Work For RVers and Campers

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Update from Your RV Workers On Wheels Newsletter Editor

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! May the Luck O’ the Irish be with you.

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


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A Few of the Current Job Openings for RVers

Here are some 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: Immediate Need to Fill Park Office Position
~ BC, Canada: Seasonal RV Couple Help Wanted for Paid Position
~ AL: Volunteer with the Corps of Engineers
~ CA: Looking for a Friendly Office Lady for Campground
~ TX: Outside Work for Your RV Site - Hill Country
~ IL: Marketing and Advertising at Resort Event Center
~ GA: Volunteer in Southern Appalachian Mountains
~ TX: Work Camp at Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park
~ OH: Work Camp 40 Hours Per Week Per Couple

To see the complete Help Wanted ads posted so far this month (March), click here.

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

To see the Help Wanted ads posted in January, 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.

~ Tourist attraction store clerk
~ Promote the RV industry
~ Leading nature hikes
~ Sell specialty pet foods
~ Carnival office worker
~ Photographer in stores

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Your Working While RVing Questions Answered

Family Style Full Timing

~~ David asks: Family style full timing.... We've got kids. Um, let's see... home schooling, friends, sports scene, etc. We are a very close family of four. We are either functionally broke or financially dysfunctional (take your pick). My wife is a breast cancer survivor, which seems to have the effect of making me all the more zealous for the open road. We're renters that can't seem to get ahead anymore. Why should we wait for the next "thing" to stop us? I'm pretty handy, I work as a machinist/maintenance mechanic at a snack food plant.What's your take?

~~ I answered in part: Campgrounds are always looking for maintenance and janitorial workers. Temp agencies hire people for as little as a few hours at a time.

One thing to be aware of is that some RV parks do not allow children. (Don't feel bad -- some don't allow people my age, either.) If you are looking at working at campgrounds, that will limit your options some. Not enough to be a problem, though, unless you let it be one. If you plan to work elsewhere, but stay in campgrounds, just be aware that people younger than 55 years aren't welcome in all parks.

To read the longer version of my answer -- and add your comments -- on the website click here.

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Your Working While RVing Questions Answered

Car Rental from Campgrounds

~~ Suzie asks: Is a car rental feasible for getting from the campground to a job site? I do not tow a car so if I am working while I am traveling I'm not sure if I will be able to drive my RV to the work place. Does renting a car sound like a reasonable idea? Cost effective? Or should I only look for work that does not require me to leave my RV?

~~ I answered in part: In most cases, I'd say that it probably is not cost effective to rent a car. But, for the right job, it could be. I'm thinking if it was a high tech job that only lasted a few days, or something along that line. A rental could also be a good idea if you are in an area where you want to do a lot of sight seeing and day trips.

For more suggestions -- and add your comments – see the longer answer on our website by clicking here.

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Positive RVing Attitudes

Never iron a four-leaf clover, because you don't want to press your luck. ~ Author Unknown

May your pockets be heavy and your heart be light, May good luck pursue you each morning and night. ~Irish Blessing

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Coleen Sykora, Editor/Publisher
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Soldotna, AK 99669

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