Not everyone that is looking to RV full-time is retired. Some of us are working-aged adults that will be working while RVing. So, how and where do we find these jobs? Can we work from the RV? Will we work on-site? Where do we find these jobs? Well today, I'm going to share the different places you can search for jobs and share some actual classes and courses to get you started.
Where to Find the Jobs
Before I begin, I have to say that you can find remote/flexible/temporary jobs almost anywhere. This is not an exhaustive list, but one that will help you get started.
First up is Workamper News. This is an organization that is completely devoted to helping RVers find jobs. It is a great place to search for jobs that fit RVers lives. There is a free membership if you want to check it out. Not only do they have job listings, but they also have some training and other resources to help you find your ideal job. Some of these positions are on-site, but temporary - allowing you to work and then move onto the next place. Click here to get started.
Unlike Workamper News, Rat Race Rebellion is not dedicated to RVers, but to anyone that is looking for remote work. The site is completely free (thanks to ads on the site) and they post daily job openings from companies looking for work-from-home employees. Check out the Rat Race Rebellion here!
Like the Rat Race Rebellion, Flexjobs is not RVer specific. It is geared towards anyone looking for legit remote-jobs, temporary jobs, and flexible positions. Some of the listings are for on-site jobs. Flexjobs requires a paid membership. You are able to search for free, but to find out what company is hiring and apply, you must have a paid membership. Find out more here.
Next on the list, Upwork. Again, this site is not RVer specific, but is for freelancers looking for work. Although Upwork is free to signup, once you get hired, Upwork charges a service fee based on how much you get paid. Click here for more information.
Classes, Courses, and Resources
Become an NRVIA Certified RV Inspector
Since you may be living in your RV fulltime, or a lot of the time, you are in a great position to learn all about RV repair and inspection. Not only is the knowledge great to have for your own use, but its also excellent for earning money while helping out fellow RVers. This is something you can literally take with you on the road. The Road Life Project has partnered with NRVTA (National RV Training Academy) and you can receive a 10% off discount on the RV Basics Maintenance Class. Click here to find out more.
Get inspired by this book!
If you aren't sure what you want to do yet and not sure how to get started, I'd like to recommend the Getting Started with Remote Work: Start Living Your Dream Life book. It's 48-pages packed with links and resources to help get you started.
Take a Remote Work Course
If you are ready to embark on your remote work journey, check out this course by Camille Attell. It's a self-paced course that will help you build more confidence in your skillset, navigate your internet needs when working from the road, make sure you are making enough money for your RV life, and so much more. Click here to find out more.
Participate in an Online Summit just for RV Work Life
Hear from more than 30 RVers that are successfully RVing full-time while working. Get inspired, learn how they did it, and learn how you can make money and RV!! This is a great event for anyone that wants to run their own business on the road, work remotely for someone else, or find RVer friendly and flexible jobs. Find out more about the Make Money and RV Virtual Summit and Click here to get all the details.
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Exploring the Local Life is a Latino Roadschooling family of four that has been on the road since October 2015. We blog and vlog all about RVing, but it's not always rainbows and campfires. It's real-life every day as we navigate love, unschooling, and breaking free from the mold in our 26ft home on wheels.