Pros: great students, plenty of places to tutor, good environment, adequate teaching materials
Cons: HR doesn't seem to care about paying what the employees are due to them, depending on their level of ability and degree qualifications.
During a day at work, I see at least three students who come in for help with something they are writing, from resumes to research papers. I learned how to explain and teach better in this job, how to communicate to students effectively, and be a better teacher in general. My coworkers come from all walks of life and have their own, unique talents to contribute to the tutoring center. The most enjoyable part of the job is having students whom I had helped come back to say they got good marks on their paper or they got into the college they were writing an entrance essay for.