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Post Info TOPIC: Comparing the "Big Five" Work Kamping Jobs

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Comparing the "Big Five" Work Kamping Jobs

We have spent the last two years trying the major types of work kamping jobs and since we finished the last one I decided to take a stab at comparing them.  Please keep in mind these comparisons are based on our very subjective experience and one season in a particular place.  Still I think it is interesting to stack them up against one another so wanted to share it here. 




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Thanks for the info Trace. I think you've convinced me that none of those jobs are for me. I have other skills that I can employ that will pay much better and be easier on this old(er) body. Having said that, never say never, and at least I know where to find work if I need it.


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RE: Comparing the "Big Five" Work Kamping Jobs

Interesting read. Have to agree with arcaguy... with the exception of the camp hosting (maybe just maybe for the locale only) not really our cup of tea, especially Amazon or beets. Done enough physical labor in my day, don't want that experience again. Again, never say never as the situation dictates what you may or may not have to do. Plus a nice pension really helps. Hats off to all workampers, if it works for you... who am I to say it's wrong.



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