MH617 in Arlington, Massachusetts 14 months ago
I'm seriously looking to get into the tutoring business teaching SAT reading, writing, and math.I would like to start off getting some experience at large company like Kaplan or Princeton Review. I'm doing this to earn some cash to get by until I find a full-time job.
I was wondering, how hard it is to get a job at a company like Princeton Review/Kaplan? Is this a good job market to get into?
Also, how many hours a week would a new teacher/instructor typically start out with?
FYI, I have some teaching experience under my belt. Also, I am brushing up on the test so I could score at least a 700 on each section of the test.
Any advice would be very helpful!!!! Thanks!
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