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RVers Workers On Wheels Newsletter #876 ~ April 6, 2014
April 06, 2014

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

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RVers Workers On Wheels Newsletter #876 ~ April 5, 2014

Workers On Wheels: Work For RVers and Campers

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Update from Your RV Workers On Wheels Newsletter Editor

I've gotten a lot of questions lately about what work Bob and I did when we first started full-time RVing. We were flea market vendors. I found a series of three articles I wrote about our flea market experiences, how we found merchandise, some of what is involved, and how being a market vendor fits in with full-time RVing. You can read them on the Workers On Wheels website.

Flea Marketing and RVing

We'll be sharing more about our personal working-while-RVing experiences in the weeks to come.

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

Coleen

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Beef Jerky Fans

If you are a beef jerky fan, this is for you.

All Natural Beef Jerky

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Design the Workers On Wheels Logo

Would you like to design the Workers On Wheels logo? If you are a graphic artist and would like the job, contact me. If you aren't an artist, but you have a neat idea for our logo, contact me. Besides building brand recognition, it must be simple enough to reproduce clearly, even when reduced to postage-stamp size.

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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 are on the website.

~ AK: State Park Camp Hosting Near Fairbanks

~ FL: Work in Florida's Sweetest Town

~ OR: Crater Lake in Southern Oregon

~ CA: Fairgrounds Campground Job in Mendocino County

~ MO: Campground Job Overlooking Branson and Table Rock Lake

~ UT: Near Dinosaur National Park

~ FL: Resort on Perdido Key

~ TX: Rio Grande Valley Upscale Resort

~ NY: Hudson Valley Campground Jobs

To see of the jobs posted so far this month (April) go to our Workers On Wheels website. April Job Postings

Find the jobs added last month (March) March Job Postings

See the job listings posted in February. February Job Postings

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

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The Summit Group Business 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.

~ State park horse trail maintenance
~ Present workshops on memoir writing
~ Information retrieval librarian
~ Theme park costume character
~ Sell wicker furniture and accessories
~ Motorhome rental company mechanic

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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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Seven Work Camper Tips from a Campground Owner

You can be a better employee if you know what the employer wants. Of course, not every campground owner has the same values and expectations. However, I think you will find these very helpful.

Suggestions from a Campground Owner

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Working RVer Tip

Don't keep all your eggs in one basket. Having your income come from several types of work makes it less likely that they will all dry up at once. If something goes wrong with one, you'll still have money coming in from other sources.

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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 #875 - April 2

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Working RVer Tip

When you put your Help Wanted ad or resume on the web, know that the world can see it. You may want to consider using a throw-away email address.

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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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Work Wanted Ads and Resumes

RVers Seeking Work: Post your full resume on the Workers On Wheels website. 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. Workers On Wheels Facebook Page

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RVers Can Be Property Caretakers And Housesitters!

There are empty homes in every state and country, and property owners are looking for trustworthy people to take care of their properties. The Caretaker Gazette contains property caretaking/housesitting openings in all 50 states and foreign countries. Many of our RVers park their rig in the homeowner’s driveway or backyard, and either stay in their RV or enjoy living in a nice home. Published since 1983, subscribers receive 1,000+ property caretaking and housesitting opportunities each year, worldwide. Some of these caretaking and housesitting openings also offer compensation in addition to the free housing provided. Short, medium and long-term property caretaking assignments are in every issue. Online subscriptions: $29.95/year. The Caretaker Gazette, 1700 7th Avenue, Suite 116 # 260, Seattle, WA 98101. (206) 462-1818. www.caretaker.org The Caretaker Gazette is published by Gary Dunn.

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Working RVer Tip

Fast food restaurant jobs aren't just for teenagers. There's always a demand. Schedules are flexible. Management is accustomed to frequent turnover. You may find you prefer to work at one a shift or two a week, and then to pay for your RV site, rather than doing a work-for-site campground trade.

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Positive RVing Attitudes

It pays to be ignorant…for when you're smart you already know it can't be done without even trying. ~ Jeno Paulucci

We must be careful not to let our current appetites steal away any chance we might have for a future feast. ~ Jim Rohn

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

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