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wew that's alot of hours

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I thought surely this was a typo and they meant 80 hours a MONTH but I guess not since it's not been corrected.

I just noted a paragraph in my workamper.com email today that said:

"When considering jobs that involve exchange of hours worked for site, hookups, etc., we recommend that you use the following formula to determine if the exchange meets your individual needs. The value of the site (monthly or seasonal rate) + hookups + perks + any wages/salary divided by the number of hours worked per month = equivalent hourly wage. (This formula should not be applied to volunteer positions at non-profit agencies and organizations.) The equivalent hourly wage at for-profit businesses should not be lower than the applicable minimum wage (Federal = $7.25, higher in some states). The competitive range for most jobs is currently $7 to $12 per hour."

Never saw it spelled out like this before. Thought it made sense.


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Maybe it's just a really fun place to work.


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scotlyn wrote:

I thought surely this was a typo and they meant 80 hours a MONTH but I guess not since it's not been corrected.

I just noted a paragraph in my workamper.com email today that said:

"When considering jobs that involve exchange of hours worked for site, hookups, etc., we recommend that you use the following formula to determine if the exchange meets your individual needs. The value of the site (monthly or seasonal rate) + hookups + perks + any wages/salary divided by the number of hours worked per month = equivalent hourly wage. (This formula should not be applied to volunteer positions at non-profit agencies and organizations.) The equivalent hourly wage at for-profit businesses should not be lower than the applicable minimum wage (Federal = $7.25, higher in some states). The competitive range for most jobs is currently $7 to $12 per hour."

Never saw it spelled out like this before. Thought it made sense.


I figured that there was likely some formula out there. What they are asking is definitely no where near even 1/2 of minimum wage...I was hoping that by now they would have come on and corrected it. I am sure there is SOMEONE who may not understand that they are asking WAY TOO MANY HOURS for the park. It is not like it is Disney's Fort Wilderness!


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All you need to do is Call, or go to the website. I am sure Teri made a mistake. I believe it is 80 hrs a month. I emailed her last month. They are a small park located off I-35 Suth of San Antonio. Very nice place to visit,on my bucket-list.

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hohenwald48 wrote:

Maybe it's just a really fun place to work.
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Thanks for the info "skyquest"! We did go on their website and sign up for the FREE trial subscription. Appartently FREE for 6 months. DH and I will be curious to see what happens after the 6 month trial period since we did have to supply a mailing/billing address


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We are experienced workers in the Outdoor Hospitality Industry, with a permanent gig managing a Camp Ground during the summer.

We are looking for a permanent winter position, in Western Florida, to return to each year. We can accept regular employment, hosting, workamping or management.

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We are currently looking for a paying position anywhere in South Dakota, Texas or Florida.

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80 hrs a month makes sense

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