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RVers Workers On Wheels Newsletter #830 ~ October 27, 2013
October 27, 2013

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

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RVers Workers On Wheels Newsletter #830 ~ October 27, 2013

Workers On Wheels: Work For RVers and Campers

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Update from Your RV Workers On Wheels Newsletter Editor

It's time to do a review of our Workers On Wheels website. I'd like to hear from you regarding what you like and don't like about the site. Which parts of the site do you find the most helpful? How would you like to see it improved? What would you like to see on the site that isn't there? We always welcome your comments and suggestions on how we can make the site better, but I'd especially appreciate them now. I work with the site daily -- so much that I'm probably missing some obvious improvements.

You can provide your feedback using the surveys on the website, or just email me your thoughts and suggestions.

WOW Website Polls and Surveys

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.

~ MI: Summer Family Friendly Campground

~ FL: Winter in Florida at RV Resort

~ TX: Join Winter Texans in Hill Country

~ GA: Winter by Okefenokee Nat. Wildlife Refuge

~ CA: Country Club Resort Living

~ AZ: Arboretum Park Host

~ CO: Burro Bridge Campground Host

~ WA: -- Revised -- Sage Hills Golf and RV Resort

To see all the jobs added this month (October), go to our Workers On Wheels website. October Job Postings

To see the help wanted ads posted last month (September), click the link below. September Job Postings

See the job listings posted in August. August Job Postings

You can also find archives of jobs listed in previous months. Older Job Listings.

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Earn Your Living with a Website

Want to build a profitable website? One where you can actually make some money? SBI! can help you. Go the SBI! website.

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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.

~ Line cook
~ Sculptor
~ Sell coupon books
~ Business coach
~ Store resets
~ Dog sitting

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Want to Know More About Our Personal RV Travels?

Subscribe to our RV Life and Travel E-zine. There's no cost. Visit our RV Life and Travel website.

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Small Engine Repair and Maintenance Work for RVers Small engine repair and maintenance is a practical way RVers with mechanical knowledge can earn a living. There's a definite need for it and the required tools are small enough to carry with you.

Most campgrounds have lawn mowers, weed eaters, chainsaws, and similar gas powered equipment. Chances are high that those tools need routine maintenance and a good cleaning. It's also likely that one or more of them needs repairs.

Your typical campground owner is busy. He may know that keeping his power equipment in good shape is important. But, even if he knows how to do it, he probably has a hard time finding the time to do it. He'll appreciate a capable RVer who is onsite, with tools, and who offers to do the job.

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

~ Small Engine Repair and Maintenance

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Working RVer Tip

One way to save your hard-earned money is to not over pay for you RV insurance.

~~ Read more about our experience on the RV Life and Travel website.

~ Insurance Savings

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Work Wanted Ads and Resume

RVers Seeking Work: Post your Work Wanted classified ad or your full resume. There’s no charge to you.

Employers, Business Owners, and Volunteer Coordinators: Find RVers looking for work. There’s no cost to you for this service.

Work Wanted Ads and Resumes

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Be Our Friend on Facebook

If you'd like to be our friend on Facebook, send us a friend request.

Workers On Wheels also now has an official Facebook page. Be sure to "Like" it.Workers On Wheels Facebook Page

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Your Working While RVing Questions Answered

Car Rentals? - Options When You Don't Tow a Car

~~ Suzie asks: Is a car rental feasible for getting from the campground to a job site? I do not tow a car. 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.

If you are going to be in an area several weeks or an entire season, consider buying a used car. When you are ready to leave, sell it.

Another option is to take a taxi cab to work. It may seem expensive. However, if you only need a ride to and from work, it may be less than renting.

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

~ Options When You Don't Have a Toad

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Positive RVing Attitudes

The minute you settle for less than you deserve, you get even less than you settled for. ~ Maureen Dowd

If you limit your choices only to what seems possible or reasonable, you disconnect yourself from what you truly want, and all that is left a compromise. ~ Robert Fritz

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

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