Jobs in tourism can be the perfect seasonal opportunity for working RVers. Get paid to work and play at theme parks, resorts, marinas, guided tours, festivals, museums, and other tourist attractions.
When looking for a job in tourism, think about the many services travelers use, as well as the fun things they do. Tour groups and travel agencies. Lodges, campgrounds, and hotel / motels. Restaurants and eateries, including specialties as salmon bakes and chuck wagon dinner shows.
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Working On the Railroad - A Steam Train Tourist Attraction I've been working on the railroad. Every little boy is fascinated with trains and wants to work on the railroad. As a full-time RVer, I got to do just that! Several seasons, I worked for a tourist steam train. I had a lot of fun. I worked with a lot of good people.
Campground Work Goes Beyond Volunteer Work Camping: It Includes Paid Jobs Campground work is the choice for many RVers. Retired full-timers enjoy the benefits of volunteer work camper positions. Working RVers needing to earn a living find RV park or camp jobs that pay wages.
Lodge Jobs Can Keep Many Working RVers Busy with Varied Seasonal Positions Lodge jobs encompass many of the same types of positions as those at campgrounds, RV parks, and resorts, but are likely to include motel, entertainment, and food and beverage service jobs, as well.
Tour Guide Tips: Six Tips for Being a Great Guide These tour guide tips come from a Dan Austin, a tour company operator who has over 20 years in the business. He clearly lays out what skills, abilities, and characteristics are important to him.