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Old 01-08-2008, 08:58 AM   #15
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"...There are numerous sites on the web that offer seasonal jobs that I can post if anyone is interested. It helps if you are a couple."
Hi Sebastian -

Yes, please do post the list of seasonal jobs that you have! We're always dreaming of getting away.

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Old 01-09-2008, 07:59 PM   #16
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Old 01-12-2008, 12:41 PM   #17
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Mike and Lori

It depends on what type of work one is looking for. workamper.com is a very popular source and I would bet it's how most RVers fiind a job. Their listings are extensive and one also gets a daily email with openings. They also cover pumpkin and christmas tree lots (notice there is frequently an RV parked behind the lot?). I used the site to get a stellar job for last summer. I let my membership lapse, however, since I am looking more towards primitive campgrounds. I used another source for the host job I have lined up for this summer. I lucked out and also have a job teaching silversmithing for a few weeks prior to host job. There must be gods.

Here's some other ideas and I can dig out others if I go through my laptop files:

Workamping at Lake Mead, NV. Callville Bay Marina & Resort 702-565-8958

Check into Southern Cross, gasline inspectors and Medora, ND, suppose to have a lot of seasonal jobs

Contact employers even if you don't find a help wanted advertisement.

Artspan if you are an artist and sell your work > Artspan is the leader in artist websites and in search rankings by the top search engines. Artspan sites: low cost, high visibility, ease of site management. www.artspan.com

summer camps

Many Alaskan public schools hire RVers to park on their property and watch it in the summers

California Land Management http://www.clm-services.com

http://www.work-for-rvers-and-campers.com
http://www.coolworks.com
http://www.yellowstonejobs.com
http://www.seasonalemployment.com/index.htm
http://www.workersonwheels.com/
http://backdoorjobs.com/environment.html
http://www.fabjob.com/default.asp?affiliate=447
http://www.caretaker.org
http://www.housesit.org
http://www.housecarers.com/?hop=wowrvers
http://roadrat.com

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Old 01-13-2008, 08:56 AM   #19
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Wow! Thanks for the input! This will definitely go in the "to do someday" file!

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Sasbastain's list and links look like something to put into the helpful links area.
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Sasbastain's list and links look like something to put into the helpful links area.
Gina is already on it.
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Yes, there is now an entirely new section under the links for Fulltiming Resources. HERE

This section is devoted to employment.

seasonalworkers appears to be defunct.
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