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Issue 3: Applying to Remote Jobs & Top Camper Brands

Welcome to Issue 3 of The Weekly Nomad, your go-to source for becoming a digital nomad! In this issue I'm sharing valuable insights on how to apply for 100% remote jobs, as well as some top camper brands to consider for your nomadic adventure.

Tips for Applying to 100% Remote Jobs

Working remotely has become increasingly popular in recent years, and it's no surprise why. Remote work provides the flexibility to work from anywhere, eliminates commuting, and allows for a better work-life balance. It allows you to go Nomad! However, applying for remote jobs can be challenging because the competition is high. Here are some tips to help you stand out when applying for 100% remote jobs:

  1. Highlight Your Remote Work Experience: If you have previous experience working remotely, be sure to highlight this in your application. Share your success stories and how you were able to overcome any challenges that came with working remotely.

  2. Emphasize Your Soft Skills: Working remotely requires strong communication skills, time management skills, and the ability to work independently. Highlight your soft skills in your application to show employers that you have what it takes to succeed in a remote work environment.

  3. Customize Your Resume and Cover Letter: Tailor your resume and cover letter to the specific job you're applying for. Use keywords from the job posting and highlight how your skills and experience align with the job requirements.

  4. Showcase Your Technical Skills: Remote work often requires a certain level of technical proficiency, such as experience with remote collaboration tools (like Microsoft Teams) and virtual communication platforms (like Zoom). Be sure to showcase your technical skills and experience in your application.


Top Camper Brands to Consider

If you're interested in camper living, you're in luck – there are plenty of camper brands to choose from. Here are some of the top camper brands to consider when conducting your search:

  1. Airstream: Airstream is a classic American camper brand that's been around since the 1930s. Their iconic aluminum shell and timeless design make them a popular choice, but warning: they're definitely on the pricy side.

  2. Winnebago: Winnebago is another well-known camper brand that offers a wide range of options, from Class A motorhomes to towable trailers. Their quality construction and attention to detail make them a great choice for reliability.

  3. Escape Trailer Industries: Escape Trailer Industries is a Canadian company that specializes in lightweight, fiberglass trailers. Their trailers are well-suited for off-grid camping and come equipped with features like solar panels and composting toilets.

  4. Happier Camper: Happier Camper is a California-based company that offers retro-inspired trailers with modern amenities. Their trailers are lightweight and customizable, which is great for configuring a camper to suit your specific needs.

That's it for this week's issue of The Weekly Nomad. I hope these tips and insights help you on your journey to becoming a digital nomad. Subscribe & tune in for more next week!


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