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Tutor sites

Discussion in 'Private tutors' started by johnzigler, Oct 6, 2018.

  1. johnzigler

    johnzigler New commenter

    Hi All,
    Has anyone had experience of working with any of the sites that pay an hourly rate to do online tutoring. There are a few that have the students already and it would be my job to tutor them online. Each lesson is half hour/hour.

    I guess it would be just like having another job rather than becoming my own boss. Could that be a good place to start if I don't have any students of my own yet?
  2. teach9links

    teach9links New commenter

  3. langteacher

    langteacher Occasional commenter

    No I wouldn't pay someone when it's me doing the work
    David Getling likes this.

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