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Jastin Busher
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Dec 5, 2018
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Ski Resort Jobs

A place to chat about jobs on the mountain from lift operators to servers. Share your tips here with fellow My CoolWorkers about working at ski resorts.See More
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RV Living

This is a group for seasonal workers who have lived in RV's, are currently living in an RV or want to live in an RV while at seasonal jobs.
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Get Out of the Car!

Issues for the seasonal worker that have no motor vehicle. Whether it's an environmental, political, or financial decision many seasonal workers do not have their own vehicle. How easy is it to get to a place? Get around?See More
Dec 5, 2018
Jastin Busher joined Dominic A. Smith's group

Seasonal Addicts

For those who love to travel and live the lifestyle.  New seasonal workers and Veteran travelers alike share the passion of wild work in cool places.See More
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Grand Teton - the mini alps

If you work in the Tetons, used to work in the Tetons, want to work in the Tetons, or know someone who works in the Tetons - Get involved and get to know the rest of us!
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Alaska Addicts

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Older and Bolder

Keep in touch and compare notes with others about seasonal jobs in great places for the mature, retired or encore career crowd.See More
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Jastin Busher is now a member of My CoolWorks
Dec 4, 2018

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New York
Where have you lived and worked?
New York
About Me:
Justin Busher is from New York. He studies at New York University and work as freelance writer. And, of course, he writes for his own blog, where he shares his experience. His areas of interests are photography and sci-fi literature. He likes spending free time with his sister playing table games.
Dream Job:
Tips on Essay Structure The essay structure is the basic yet also the most important aspect of essay writing. This is so because a structure serves as a guide, a backbone of your work. Your work will not really be considered as an essay if you don’t follow even the basics of essay structure. Regardless of your expertise, of the length of your work, your topic, or anything, you should really follow the right structure. There are three parts of the essay structure. These are the introduction, the body, and the conclusion. You can’t interchange them. That means that when you write my papers, you should really start with the intro, proceed with the body, then wrap things up in the conclusion. This is the basic essay structure and you shouldn’t change that. The opening part of the essay structure is the introduction. You should use it to present the general topic or to give your readers a hint of what is your article about. The introduction should be as short as possible. But make it succinct and substantial. Also, make it catchy so that you will hook your readers into continuing reading the rest of the essay. The middle part, which is the most important part of the essay structure, is the body. This is the part where you will be discussing the things that need to be discussed. You should make sure that you support all the arguments you present and write down all the important points of your essay. The average length of the body is three to five paragraphs. But the length depends on you. You should not forget to end your article with a conclusion. This may not be the most important part of the essay structure, but it should be the most powerful. You should use this to convince your reader and to make them agree with you.

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