From the writer at RV Life.
The average workamper used to be content to work a few hours each week in exchange for a free campsite and perks like free laundry. Nobody ever got rich from these jobs, but for many folks, trading their time for free camping worked very well.
Things are changing however. Today many full-time RVers who are thinking about workamping become irate when they discover that many traditional workamping jobs technically pay less than minimum wage.
After running the numbers, some future workampers get vocal about employers paying “illegal wages.” And yes, at first glance these arrangements seem unfair, but I urge these angry full-timers to consider the perks that you just can’t put a price on.
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