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New Post 8/9/2011 11:26 AM
  abreu88
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Who Hires Workampers? 
I love the workamper lifestyle it seems awesome. But too good to be true. Do you know any workampers? What line of work do they do? Do employers see them as an asset?
 
New Post 9/6/2011 10:52 AM
  westie0506
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Re: Who Hires Workampers? 
My husband and I are workampers and love it. We enjoy traveling around the USA and the benefit of parking our RV in an area we want to explore (currently Montana) and then fortunately working at a great RV park who understands the workampers. We work 3-4 days and then we're off 11-12 days. Those 3-4 work days are FULL days (wife in the office answering phone, taking reservations, checking in campers, etc) (husband mows, cleans pool, spa, and bathrooms, assists parking campers, etc.) We don't mind being busy the days we work since we know we will be off to travel or fish or hike, etc. etc. It cost us $$$ to travel here from the South but it has been a great experience and we will continue to work on our bucket list as we work and travel around the USA. We figure we'd need gas and food no matter where we are - so getting here is part of the fun. Good luck if you decide to try workamping.
 
New Post 9/6/2011 12:21 PM
  lizrfoust
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Re: Who Hires Workampers? 
Now that's what I can call a dream job. What are usually the requirements to become a workamper?
 
New Post 9/8/2011 4:04 PM
  henryinreallife
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Re: Who Hires Workampers? 
You can try checking it out this article about workampers: http://www.campingroadtrip.com/tips-and-articles/what-is-a-workamper.
 
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