Traveling Jobs?

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    Anonymous

    Howdy everyone,

    I’m 25 years old, and my husbands (27)  job requires moving every 6-9 months. We take trips in-between jobs but I’m always looking for ways to maximize our income during the lulls. I’m a freelance writer and I’m sure a lot of you are aware, writers make GREAT money (sarcasm). I found this website that has job listings that come with RV spaces, like being a park ranger or something of the sort-> http://www.coolworks.com/jobs-with-rv-spaces

    My question is, do any of y’all have any other resources you can share with me for finding work on the road, traveling job listings, tricks of the trade, etc? I’m obviously too young to retire, and I know that’s how a good part of the RVing community is able to travel the way they are. But there’s also a ton of nomads out there working from the comfort of home on wheels and I’m hoping y’all can share your knowledge!

    Cheers & Thanks in advance!

    Brandi

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    I saw that someone else posted to check out volunteer.gov.  They have a lot of opportunities listed for the government.

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    Hi Brandi G. It looks like you posted this question a little while ago, and I’m new here — so I hope you get this reply.

    In preparation for moving to full time RVing, I started to look for jobs I could do on the road. My ‘area of expertise’ is administrative. I found a wonderful virtual job working as a virtual assistant for a company called http://www.eahelp.com. I know you said you’re a writer, but I would consider checking them out. They sometimes have clients who need someone to help write their blog, or newsletters, or keep their social media up to date. They don’t pay the best, but they are legitimate and you can work any number of hours per week you choose. I have 2 clients and work about 30 hours a week right now. The best part is, it’s all virtual so you can work from anyplace you have internet coverage. Good luck to you!!

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