Work for RVers and Campers News and Updates #532 ~ September 17, 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

Heading to Alaska for the winter in -- and to stay in -- an RV? Just yesterday, I heard from a couple who is considering doing just that. Not only did Mary inquire about possibly doing it herself, she was asking for information about a friend. Seems Deborah works at Lowe's and is transferring to a new store opening near here.

This leads to several points:

1. Yes, you can live in an RV, in Alaska, all winter. It does take some planning and preparation. We've done it, and done it comfortably.

2. You can work for a national big box store and transfer with them as you want to move. That's one way to have mobility and see and experience different parts of the county, all while keeping the benefits of being a regular, full-time employee.

3. Not all full-time RVers are snowbirds who head south for the winter. There are advantages to going against the norm.

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

Coleen

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Current Job Openings for RVers

Here's a sampling of the jobs listed this month.

~ Ghouls Needed For Fright Fest, Plus Other Six Flags Jobs
~ Seasonal Jobs with the Arkansas Department Parks and Tourism
~ See's Candies Peak Hiring Season Is Now For Various Positions
~ Arizona Caretaker And Project Contact Needed, RV Site Provided
~ Volunteers Needed at Cherokee Cove Christian Camp and Conference Center

You'll find all of this month's current Help Wanted ads on our website.

~~ September Job Listings

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

~~ Job Listing Index

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Your Working While RVing Questions Answered

Favorite Work Camping Parks

~~ Jean asks: Where do I go on your web site to see what others have written about the RV parks they have worked in? I submitted about my current park, but can't find how to look up other parks to see what others have posted.

~~ I answered in part: Thank you, Jean, for submitting information about Winding River Resort. Read the report or add updates at the following page:

~ Favorite Campground for Working: Winding River Resort

~~ As for finding the others, they should be indexed on the following page, listed below the box where you can post in your submission. Okay, RVers, time to share...

~ Post Your Favorite Worksite Campground

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Words of Wisdom from Workers

Earning Extra Money While Building a Business

~~ Cheryl from www.MyBestFriendsBowl.com writes: I don't understand why people seem to think that MLM is evil. Maybe they are confusing it with pyramid schemes. Or, maybe they remember when their friends first got into a particular company and pestered them to death to buy stuff they didn't want.

MLM is a terrific way to make some extra money and build a business that can continue to pay you income for many years to come. It's that simple.

You need to find a product or service that you believe in, and to find a sponsor who is willing to help you. I failed at this last part and had to learn all on my own.

The caveat I have is, if you are selling a product, are you required to make personal purchases? That's a real negative to me.

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Ways RVers Make Money

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

~ Baggage handler
~ Ball park concessionaire
~ Ballet instructor
~ Balloon artist
~ Bartender
~ Bicycle repair
~ Bus driver

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Working RVer Tip

Have More Than One Source of Income

Have multiple, simultaneous income streams. Work a part-time job while you are camp hosting. Run a small business from your RV at the same time you have part-time employment. Do freelance work while caretaking. Combine rental property income with another business. Have both on-line and off line businesses. Supplement the wages from your job with a website about your special interest. Make some money from your leisure-time hobby while enjoying the days off from your regular work.

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Positive RVing Attitudes

To have ideas is to gather flowers. To think is to weave them into garlands. ~ Anne-Sophie Swetchine

You can't control the length of your life...but you can control the width and depth. ~ Author Unknown

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

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