If you're lucky enough to get students, very flexible, but there's not enough work. More often than not you have to take what you can get or just not work.
Extremely flexible. Choose the courses you want to teach and basically coordinate your own schedule.
Extremely, but I'm West Coast with 6 clients on the East Coast so everyone wants the same time slots.
I have relative control over my schedule. Because we are not paid for any hours we are not tutoring, I try to have some back to back sessions (2 max), and otherwise have short 30 minute breaks. I try to keep my schedule during relatively typical business hours and days, but I have taken on evening opportunities when I've had one-off classes or clients. I am often sent opportunities that either conflict with my current schedule or fall outside of my desired hours, but I just turn those down.
Working hours are flexible. As a tutor, you can select clients and hours for scheduling appointments that fit within your personal schedule and home lifestyle.
Completely up to you (and your student or client) unless you are instructing a class. Classes are at set times/dates.
I set my hours based on my own availability and the students needs.
Very flexible. You work when you want. You set your schedule
The hour are very flexible; you only work with students that fit inot your schedule.
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