This was a great job. I loved doing it. I was basically a mobile resource teacher. I would work with small groups of E.S.E. based students from grades K-12. We would work together to improve their math and reading skills. It was a very rewarding job in that regard. I enjoyed my co-workers, too.
However, as much as I loved the job, itself, The lack of pay, benefits, and advancement ruined it. If you worked as an instructor, it was only part-time. There was A LOT of paperwork. Too much for that kind of pay The benefits you could apply for were a matching 401K and they would pay for the "miles" (apx. $0.25/mile) if you traveled to several different schools. No medical, dental, or anything else, though. The company only allowed for 1-2 supervisors for all 40 instructors at any time, so advancement opportunities were few and far between.
In conclusion, this job can offer experience to recent college grads and a job opportunity to semi-retired people. I hate to say this because I did appreciate my co-workers and students, but if you're in between college grad and semi-retired, it's best to look elsewhere.