The working RV basics. How to get started. How to keep going. Articles about making a living while RVing and about volunteer work camping that don't fit in elsewhere on Work For RVers And Campers.
RV Site Value -- What is the Campsite Value to Working RVers? An RV site value isn't necessarily the posted rate. It might be to the IRS. But, there's more to deciding how many hours to work for a site than dividing the cost of the site by an hourly figure. Determining what the campsite is worth, and to whom, can be tricky. Here's help.
Those Who Take Action Get Paid, Even if What They Do Isn't So Great Take action. It isn't what you can do well that makes you
money, it is what you do. No matter how well you are able to do something, if
you aren't out there doing it, you won't get paid for it.
Take Employment Advice from the Successful: Find a Good Role Model Employment advice comes free and fast. Before you blindly follow what someone tells you, look at his success (or lack thereof). Your role model, or mentor, should have experience and accomplishments.
How I Find Jobs While RVing How do I find jobs? As part of Workers On Wheels and being a working RVer for over 25 years, people often ask how I find work. Here are some scenarios that produced job offers for me in the past.
Attract Jobs from Out of the Blue How you look and how you act can attract jobs. I'm not talking about how you look and act at a job interview. Or, even when you go into a place and ask about work or turn in a job application.
Afraid of Not Finding Work: Having Confidence to Go Full-Time RVing “Weren’t you afraid of not finding
work? Wasn’t it scary to quit your jobs to go full time RVing and travel?” Those
are questions we frequently hear. The answer is a resounding, “No!” There was
never any doubt that we’d be able to support ourselves on the road. Here’s why.
Seeking Work that Meets Your Needs Means Bypassing Jobs Perfect for Someone Else Why are you seeking work? You need to know why you are looking for a job so you can choose a position right for you. Decide what you want or need from the job, before you start your job search.
Your Passion in Life Can Be Your Ticket to Making and Saving Money Let your passion in life earn you money. Or, save you money. At the very least, combine it with RVing to cut your hobby expenses. Make the most of gathering with others who share your interest.
Good Employees Share These Classic Traits Good employees are hard to come by, regardless of the economy. Learn to be one, and there's a good likelihood that you'll never have trouble finding a job. What do employers want in their workers?
Fast Cash: Ten Ways to Get Quick Cash You need some fast cash! You don't have time to go job hunting, build a business, or save for it. You need a way to get quick cash. Here are 10 ways to get cash quickly.
Job Titles: Don't Assume They Describe the Position You Envision Job titles may or may not tell you about the actual job duties. Your idea of what a "manager," "camp host," or "caretaker," is may not be the same as the person's who placed the Help Wanted ad.
My Dream Job Is ...
Fill in the blank. What kind of work would you do if you designed your
perfect job? If you could create a profitable business that let you do
things you love doing, what would it be? Tell us about YOUR dream job
and read about the dream jobs of other RVers.
We Have Abundance: Are You Expanding or Contracting? Abundance reigns for most of us. Yet, I hear from RVers who are hanging up the RV keys or putting their dream of full-time RVing on hold because they fear the economy. I'm here to tell you, there are jobs for RVers who want to work.
Finding Your Dream Career You hear a lot about your "dream career." But what it is? You've worked for years, maybe decades, earning a living. Now, you're ready to travel and do what you'd really like to do.
Jobs with Housing for Workers Who Don't Yet Have Their RV Jobs with housing can fill the gap between living in a traditional home that you own or rent and when you get your RV. A variety of work options include room and board or lodging accommodations.
Apply Early? Maybe, But Not Too Far in Advance "Apply early" doesn't mean a year in advance. Getting your resume in early may have benefits. But, don't go overboard, applying so soon that your job application is lost or completely rejected.
Dog Travel Guide Can Help You Find Pet Friendly Beaches, Parks, and Campgrounds DogFriendly.com's Campground and Park Dog Travel Guide can help you plan your RVing vacation. More importantly for working RVers, it can help you decide where to look for your next job.