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Post Info TOPIC: Summary of our Amazon Work Kamping Experience


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Summary of our Amazon Work Kamping Experience


Thought I would share our experience working at Amazon for the first time.

https://camperchronicles.com/2017/12/30/amazon-work-kamping-overview/



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I see Steven Dempsey in one of those photos.

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Thanks for posting that. With my flat feet I don't think that job would be for me.

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PrairieRV wrote:

Thanks for posting that. With my flat feet I don't think that job would be for me.


 They have jobs where you don't walk nearly as much as the pickers and stowers. We worked in packing, while still physical labor (it is "work" after all) it was more standing as opposed to walking. One thing good is we found the time passed quickly while at work and the very best thing was making lifetime friendships with the other "camperforce". 



-- Edited by Workinrvers on Monday 1st of January 2018 05:17:45 PM

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Can you not recover the taxes that you paid working when you file your tax return?

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Not all of them. Our friend Bill got a third back of state tax and you don't get the 1% county tax back at all

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