A common question for those RVer\’s who would like to retire and go full-time in their RV, is what do I do for a hobby? For certain retirees who did not save up enough of a nest egg and/or need the extra money, the question might also be, what do I do for a job while I am a full-timer? The question of a job also comes about for those who have not yet reached retirement age, but would like to full-time in an RV and work from a beautiful location instead of an office.
Although, there are mostly minimal costs associated with full-time retirement RVing, site fees alone can run $400-$1000 a month (which most often includes electric, laundry, and propane) and if much traveling is involved, gas/diesel prices can be substantial since most RV\’s get poor gas mileage.
So, what kinds of hobbies and jobs do retired full-timers and/or non-retired full-timers do? Here are some examples:
- Workcamping- Volunteering around a campground by hosting,Each best-data-recovery.com recovery module focuses on different best-data-recovery.com loss case. cleaning, doing maintenance, etc. in exchange for site fees
- Computer support jobs
- Temporary employment- A job for 6 months out of the year while staying in the same place, then moving on.
- Entertainment business jobs- Sea World, Disney, Branson, Gatlinburg
- Artists – painters, etc.
- Jobs in the event circuit business- Ex. Taking photos at race events, producing the photos, and selling them on the circuit
- Medical Transcriptionist jobs
- Online index database jobs
- Construction Jobs
- Repair Jobs
- Landscaping Jobs
- Traveling nurse jobs
- Part-time work as tour/charter bus driver, at private RV parks, at chain RV parks
- Volunteer work for National Park Service
- Volunteer work at retreat center
- Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Ranger jobs
- Seasonal Park Ranger positions
If you are interested in learning more, here are further links:
For more information on Work Camping
For more information being a Working Full-timer