Category Archives: Work Camping Job Listing

Sep 10, Workers On Wheels Newsletter #1155

Update from Your RV Workers On Wheels Newsletter Editor What do these people have in common? A yodeler. A blacksmith. The Tupperware lady. A parking lot attendant. Someone selling wine. A magician. A watercolor artist. A toy train collector. A sound technician. Someone making funnel cakes. A jewelry maker. A masseuse. An author. A photographer. The bartender. A woman selling time shares at a fancy resort. A guy sharpening knives. The caricature artist. An implement salesman. A wood carver. Someone who turns digital photographs into DVDs. A woman who makes soap. The trolley car operator. The medicine man. Security officers. All those listed above are people who work antique

Sep 4, Workers On Wheels Newsletter #1154

This weekend celebrates you and me -- working people. Labor Day is a creation of the labor movement, dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It is an annual tribute to the contributions workers make to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country. Labor Day, celebrated the first Monday in September, became a federal holiday in 1894. This and more about the history of Labor Day is on the US Dept. of Labor website.

Aug 27, Workers On Wheels Newsletter #1153

Ask questions before accepting a position. An RVer who wishes to remain anonymous writes, "We should have asked more questions up front - instead of learning later that the wife's job was spending the majority of the time standing in a chuck wagon for six hours and the husband cleaning the restrooms and maintenance/mowing, etc. Since I hate to cook for other people, working six hours cooking hamburgers and burritos is awful. We have learned to ask up front what is required and be sure it's what we want to do for an entire summer."

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