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If you’re not familiar with, you’re missing out.

In short, it’s a job board that connects people with “meaningful and exciting work.”  People often turn to this website to find adventure-like jobs, most of which are seasonal, across the United States.  Think National Parks, touristy areas, etc.  It’s a very reputable site, founded in 1995 and is much different than your basic job boards such as Indeed.  By far, it’s one of the most popular job boards among the van dweller communities on Reddit.

If you’re looking for seasonal work or something much different than your typical 9-5, then I highly recommend

But, of course, like anything, there are websites that work just like Coolworks.

So, whether you’re looking for a website that works like Coolworks or maybe you want to find a seasonal and/or adventure-like job, then this is the post for you.  Most of these jobs, unfortunately, aren’t remote, where you can work from home, but are designed more for someone looking for a part- or full-time job around the United States.  Again, think adventure jobs.

If all of that sounds great to you, check out the many websites like  As always, 100% legit.

6+ Websites Like offers a variety of short-term job adventures, from wilderness therapy to environmental outdoor educational jobs.  Some of the channels are very specific, whereas others are straightforward, such as hospitality jobs.  Click on the link below to browse a channel of interest.  Then, you can view all of the companies hiring at the moment.  Backdoorjobs focuses mainly on the United States, but a worldwide option is available as well.

Cool Jobs

Yes, as the name states, this website gears toward those looking for their “dream job.”  Don’t settle for the ordinary; instead, explore the company’s extensive collection of unique job listings.  You can either use keywords to find what you’re looking for or you can browse the many featured categories and jobs, from hotels to food and beverage jobs.

Escape the City

Escape the City allows you to browse the website for free, where you can find everything from operating a lodge in a country thousands of miles away to helping a small startup company manage their social media presence.   I know I said there weren’t remote jobs, but I have had the most luck finding them here.  A lot of what you find on this website are short-term jobs, however, you can find full/part-time jobs if that’s what you’re looking for as well.

Occupation Wild

Occupation Wild allows you to live beyond the traditional 9-5.  You can have new jobs sent directly to your inbox or you can view the most recent jobs on the job board.  You can sort by what’s new or browse by the seasons.  Each job posting is very in-depth, providing pictures, the job description as well as what the company stands for.  It’s a must see., of course, focuses only on resort jobs.  If you’re looking for a job at a local resort or one far away, then this is one to bookmark.  This company does operate a few others I mention on this list, such as SummerJobs and SeasonalJobs, but I did they vary in job listings, so be sure to bookmark them all.

Season Workers

As the name implies, Season Workers specializes in mainly outdoor jobs, such as a lifeguard and skiing.  The nice thing about the site is that you can browse by category to find exactly what you’re looking for.  From summer to winter jobs, most of the jobs listed here are only temporary, but hey, that’s how Coolworks operates as well.  It’s 100% free to browse the jobs. has been around since 1996, becoming one of the top resources to help job seekers find summer jobs, from amusement parks to resorts and national parks.  Of the many I list here, I would say that this is the closest I had found to, mainly because it’s loaded with jobs and there are a ton of them.  Either search for a location you want to work or browse the many categories to hopefully find something you’re looking for.


WorkampingJobs is geared mainly toward campgrounds and RV parks.  In exchange for working, you can secure a free spot in the park as well as a salary in some cases.  If you like the idea of a free campsite and working for a small salary, then it’s one to check out.

Final Thoughts

If you’re looking to break away from your traditional 9-5 jobs or you want something temporary in an adventurous place, then you should check out the many alternatives.

All of these websites work in the same way, wherein you can browse by categories, view the most recent jobs added or even search for a job of interest.  If you combine the many mentioned above, I’m sure you can find a few jobs that are of interest to you.

That’s going to wrap it up for now.

As always, if you want to add to this resource list or comment on the websites mentioned, feel free to do so in the comments below.

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Hi! My name is Tom Nathaniel, and I created LushDollar to help share my honest thoughts on everything money. You won't find gimmicks here. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I graduated from Arizona State University, and I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.

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