Great Job, great pay, and fun to do. Depending on the subject that you sign up for, there are plenty of students looking for assistance and its a great way to both give them the aid they need and stay up to date with the material.
Flexible scheduling and accessible from home
Some times there isn't enough work and reviews can really damage reputations
Chegg performs excellent, comprehensive tutoring and providing textbooks
ONLINE TUTOR (Current Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – June 16, 2017
Chegg Tutors provides many tutors for a wide variety of subjects. Students have a strong, varied selection of tutors they can choose from. Also, Chegg often saves money through offering students textbooks in many subject areas.
Gives tutors much autonomy while also making sure they live by Chegg Code of Ethics
Being an online tutor is a great. You have the opportunity to help others learn the material you are an expert in, earn decent money, etc. The process of getting students is a little flawed, but overall I would recommend this to others looking to keep themselves fresh.
Online Tutor (Current Employee) – Anywhere – May 12, 2017
It's great overall. You get to tutor whenever and wherever you want to. The pay is good ($20/hr), and I think that's a lot considering you can tutor right at the comfort of your own bed if you want to.
Chegg tutor (Current Employee) – Virtual – April 27, 2017
Chegg is a fun place to work for; the pay is outstanding and we can work any hours we want to, which makes for great work/life balance. In addition, there are opportunities to make even more money for special tutoring assignments.
Java J2EE Developer (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – April 20, 2017
Pros 1) Scope of company means you can do many things - lots of opportunity to learn new skills, if you're willing to relocate and learn. 2) Interesting work and a variety of people and cultures 3) Good benefits 4) Cutting-edge technology Cons 1) Direction at the top of the company is poor. Not much confidence in the top execs. 2) Too much focus on cost-side of the equation, a result of poor revenues for many quarters. 3) Shoemakers children with technology for employees - i.e., 4-year cycle for laptop replacement, not a lot of interval. Advice to Management 1) Apply reasonable rules for co-location - if you support a global team, does it matter where you work? 2) Minimize the cost-cutting, especially of good people. At some point it has to stop. It's a terrible morale hit.
Business Analyst, Career Services (Current Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – January 30, 2017
If you want to work at the place with the best people Chegg is the place for you. The culture is top of the Valley and keeps the people closer, even cross functionally. Even through the ups and downs with the company everyone gets along and hiring quality people who will get along is the highest priority. There may be sexier places to work or more cutting edge technology but no place solves more important problems, student needs, and does it with more passion than Chegg.
Tutor (Current Employee) – Denton, TX – January 22, 2017
The tutoring has been rather interesting for me as a tutor. When you start off it is rather cutthroat trying to land clients. However, after you get a few clients you will more than likely get repeat clientele. I've been working with one particular student for a little over a year now and helping her learn in the majority of her classes.
This has required me to learn things that may not necessarily have been in my current college experience and to expand my net of knowledge beyond my degree. Overall, it has been useful, though at times a bit stressful.
I usually work 5-7 hours a week (which is not enough) with a moderate to high stress level. I have not had much interaction with the management, but I do always get paid on time.
Paid on time
Stress and clients who require tutoring in subjects you don't tutor