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RVers Workers On Wheels Newsletter #842 ~ December 8, 2013
December 08, 2013

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

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RVers Workers On Wheels Newsletter #842 ~ December 8, 2013

Workers On Wheels: Work For RVers and Campers

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Update from Your RV Workers On Wheels Newsletter Editor

For those of you needing to earn your living while RVing, we have multiple jobs in this issue that pay hourly wages. They are in some great locations, too. Such as Yellowstone National Park. Speaking of Yellowstone, there are two postings for Yellowstone, by two different companies that contract with the park. So, be sure to look at both of those listings -- they are not duplicates.

For our retired readers who want to work in exchange for an RV site, we have positions listed for you, too.

You know that I'm a firm believer in RVers having a business that you can take on the road with you. One that is mobile, that you can work wherever your travels take you. This month is an excellent time to get started. I have information on three work-from-your-RV businesses in this issue. All three are offering lucrative incentives for December.

It's looking a lot like Christmas! Probably more so than some of you in Texas -- and other southern states who were hit with a blast of frigid weather -- would like. Meanwhile, here in Alaska, it is currently raining, which means tomorrow the highways will be slicker than slick. I hear in southern Florida it is warm and you are out decorating your rigs while wearing shorts and flips ... hmmmm ... go ahead and gloat ... those of us in cold country can take the ribbing.

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.

~ WY: Yellowstone National Park Lodges - Xanterra

~ WY: Paid Jobs in Yellowstone National Park - Yellowstone Association

~ AZ: Birds, Mountains, and a Campground Job

~ VA: National Forrest Campground Job with Pay

~ NC: Indian Reservation Campground Job

~ UT: Campground Job in Colorful Utah

~ GA: Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge

~ WA: Golf Course, Pro Shop, and RV Park

~ UT: Paid Guest Ranch Jobs with RV Space

Find all of the jobs posted so far this month (December). December Job Postings

To see the jobs added last month (November), go to our Workers On Wheels website. November Job Postings

See the job listings posted in October October Job Postings

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

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Jerky Direct

If you like to eat jerky, this business is for you. It's a simple business plan. It's sometimes called the "$12 Business." Each month you order two bags of Jerky that cost about $12. The jerky, by the way, is delicious -- natural and organic beef jerky, buffalo jerky, chicken jerky, and turkey jerky. This is good for those who don't eat meat, too, as there are also fruit sticks.

You then find other jerky eaters. You can send them to your online jerky store that Jerky Direct gives you. You earn a commission from sales. You can also buy at wholesale and resell. Jerky sells well at all sorts of markets and events.

You also have the option of finding others who would like to get jerky every month. You get a commission on the jerky they buy. If they find jerky eaters, you get a commission on their orders, too. It snowballs from there.

And, did I mention the jerky is fantastic? So far, the Organic Beef, Sweet and Spicy is my favorite.

Find out more about the business and the jerky on the website.

All Natural Beef Jerky

Oh, I almost forgot to tell you about the December incentive. When you start this month and sponsor seven new distributors this month, our team leader will reimburse you for your two bags of jerky -- and -- Jerky Direct will give you 10 bags of jerky free.

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Earn Your Living with a Website

You can earn a good living with a website. It does, however, take more than just throwing up a blog or a website and waiting for the dough to roll in. You need to have a website that people want to use. Somehow, you have to get people to go to it. And, when they get there, you have to have something there that they want, so they'll come back.

Quite frankly, it's a lot of work.

It can also be fun. And very rewarding.

SiteBuildIt! is a package program that helps you put together a website that is profitable. It helps you start at the very beginning, deciding on a website topic. It takes you all the way through, helping you figure out ways to turn your site into one that earns you a decent income. In between there, it takes care of your domain hosting, shows you how to actually build a site without knowing a bunch of code, and has a host of other benefits.

If you are at all interested in a website business, I strongly recommend that you watch some of the videos and read some of the case studies. They will give you ideas of what you might want to do and what you could accomplish.

The incentive SBI! is offering is a two-for-one special. Until Christmas, you buy one website business package and they give you a second one. You can start two sites, give one to someone, or find someone else who'd like one and pair up to split the cost.

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.

~ RV driving instructor
~ Industrial painter
~ Theme park gift shop worker
~ Marina manager
~ Mini-storage sitting
~ Organize music festivals

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Watkins and The Summit Group

First off, the December incentive: Enroll into my team during December, for about $40 and you can get a gift certificate that's good for $50 worth of Watkins products. That's right, you get back more in retail product than what it costs to start.

Basically, you can work the business two ways. One is to sell Watkins products. You can do that by showing the catalog, setting up a booth at markets or special events, teaching classes, having home-parties, on-line, etc. The other way is to use the products yourself and then help others get started as consultants who also use (or sell) the products. Either way, the result is the same: You make money when you get Watkins products out of the warehouse and into the hands of people who use them.

It is flexible work. There are no quotas and no minimums. There is excellent income potential. You have the benefits of owning your own business. Watkins makes superior products -- made in the USA. There's an extensive product line of things people are using every day -- food, personal care items, pain relief, and cleaning products. Learn more about it and see the product catalog on my Summit Group website.

The Summit Group Business Website

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More Newly Posted Jobs for RVers

Wednesday's mid-week, quickie edition of the Workers On Wheels Newsletter had more new job listings.

If you missed it, you can read it on our Workers On Wheels website.

WOW E-zine #841 - December 4, 2013

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Work Wanted Ads and Resumes

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

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Positive RVing Attitudes

Even as an adult I find it difficult to sleep on Christmas Eve. Yuletide excitement is a potent caffeine, no matter your age. ~ Carrie Latet

May you have the spirit of Christmas, which is peace; the gladness of Christmas, which is hope; and the heart of Christmas, which is love. ~ Unknown

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

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