Work for RVers and Campers News and Updates #524 ~ June 29, 2008

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Work For RVers and Campers ~
Workers On Wheels ~
Email the Editor/Publisher ~ Coleen Sykora

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Update From Your Work For RVers and Campers Newsletter Editor

The Question and Answer section of the website is getting interesting. There's definitely a difference in opinions. Here's a partial quote from one poster who signed in as Anonymous, "Those of us looking for legitimate Work Camping assignments are not looking for Jobs..."

Hmmmm, NOT looking for jobs. Do you agree or disagree? Post your point of view.

Find it here.


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


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Current Job Openings for RVers

A sampling from our Help Wanted ads this month:

~ $11.00 Per Hour Or More, Filling Holiday Gift Orders For's Distribution
~ Full-time Paid Work At Georgia RV Park
~ Workcamping Opportunity On Game Farm In MA
~ Employees Needed Who Can Read Maps
~ FT and PT Bartenders and Servers With RV Needed In CA

These are among the most current listings of available jobs.

Recent listings.


For previously posted job listings, see the monthly job index page.

All months.


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Your Working While RVing Questions Answered

~~ Suzie asks: 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: 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 my full answer and/or share your thoughts about renting a car.

Find it here.


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20 Camp Hosting Questions You Should Ask Before Accepting a Campground Host Job

You'll save yourself a lot of headaches if you ask these questions - and pay attention to the answers - before you accept. Find out about the what and when of the work, about the social climate of the park, and about what you'll receive for your efforts.

You'll find the full list of specific questions on the website.

20 Questions.


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Ways RVers Make Money

Here’s a sampling of work RVers can do to earn a living and pay for their travels:

~ Lawn maintenance
~ Horse drawn wagon rides
~ Accounting assistant on tours
~ Radio show host
~ Scrapbooking business
~ Publicist

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Working RVer Tip

Don't limit your search to only resources that are especially for RVers and campers. If you are looking for paid employment, check the usual places you'd go to for finding a paying job. For volunteering, seek out the typical non-profits that look for volunteers. Having a recreational vehicle may be incidental to the work that is right for you - not a requirement for it.

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Positive RVing Attitudes

~ Don’t confuse conversation with communication. - Author Unknown

~ Most people exchange their life time for much too little. Don't be afraid to think big. - Ben Feidman

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

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