Are Working RVers Ruining the RV Retirement Dream?

That’s a question that’s been on our minds lately, and I’m guessing it’s something you’ve thought about too.

Let’s look at some of the reasons people might think working RVers are ruining RV retirement. We’ll look at the advantages and disadvantages to help you decide.

Retiring to an RV is an American Dream

The American Dream scenario has always been to find a career, get married, raise your kids, and then move into an RV to see the country, especially the warmer parts.

Not only can Americans go RVing without waiting for retirement, but it also has never been more popular amongst folks that aren’t retired.

RVing Has Gained Popularity With Non-Retired Folks Too 

Working RVers can do jobs while on the road. That way, they don’t have to sacrifice their freedom for a steady income.

What Is a Working RVer?

Some full-time RVers make money as travel bloggers, others as freelance writers or editors, and others as virtual assistants.

What Jobs Do Full Time RVers Have?

The average age of an RV owner has only gone down, not up, even as the baby boomer generation began hitting the traditional retirement age.

What Is the Average Age of an RV Owner?

Not really. The United States is a large country, and there is room for everybody out there. In fact, there are more resources than ever to make a living in an RV easier. That goes for retirees and those still working.

Are Working RVers Ruining the RV Retirement Dream?

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