How do we contact Joe and Jane Work Camper? There is no contact information in their resume. (I, the editor, changed the names of the work campers because this is a frequent problem, and I didn't want to single out and embarrass any RVers in particular.)
Coleen, the working while RVing editor comments:
Dear RV Park Owner,
I don't know how you are supposed to contact them.
My Workers On Wheels website and newsletter readers probably think I sound like a broken record. I keep repeating, "Be sure to include your contact information in Work Wanted classifieds and in your resumes."
But, as you've pointed out, people still forget. It really is too bad, because many of the resumes that don't include contact info are otherwise quite good.
We are working on a new system for posting Work Wanted / Situation Wanted ads and resumes. I'm hoping that will help.
CA: Lytle Creek Firing Line, Lytle Creek, California. camphost/caretaker Secluded fee for use area, located in the chaparral covered northern San Bernardino National Forest is looking the proper indiv…
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