Interview with James Goldsmith -explained benefits of becoming tutor

Top 3 Benefits Of Becoming A Tutor

Are you in search for a new way to take advantage of your math skills while earning some nice extra income on the side? Do you have a good academic background or prior experience in teaching? If you answered yes to both questions, then becoming a math tutor could be the solution you’ve been looking for!

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We asked James Goldsmith of 11plustutorsinessex.co.uk the following are the top 3 reasons why you may want to tutor as a part time job and a way to boost your career:

  1. Supplement your income.

One of the biggest advantages to becoming a private tutor is that you can earn a lot of extra cash whether you have a full-time job or still studying. Indeed, countless university students turn to tutoring as a way to fund their education while also benefiting from valuable work experience. There are plenty of opportunities to make money as a private tutor, whether you’re already working full-time, looking for a part-time job to kill your empty hours or even considering tutoring to become your full-time career.

What’s more, you benefit from immense flexibility as a private tutor. You can choose to work how little and how often you want. In turn, this gives you better control over how much you earn. This can prove helpful in cases that call for additional money such as when your monthly bills suddenly increase. Tutoring for a few extra hours can help you settle the bills with relative ease.

 

  1. Get to choose your working hours.

In most jobs, you are forced to work for a set period of time. But when tutoring, your schedule largely depends on your work hours and the availability of your tutees. There’s no need to work 40 hours a week if don’t have to. You can even take a week off if need be. Your schedule depends totally on you. You can have complete control over the amount of work you take. However, many tutors still choose to work several hours as this helps build their rapport and entice more students to hire them.

Most tutoring sessions are set after school hours when it’s term-time. In most cases, students prefer being tutored at home. For this reason, tutoring sessions almost always happen from 3PM onward. This gives you enough time to make adjustments to your schedule if you have other commitments. You may also choose to tutor during the weekends, especially if you have nothing better to do. The demand for tutoring services tends to go down when it’s the holiday season. However, this should deter you from seeking tutoring positions as there are still a lot of parents who look for this service for their kids even when there are no classes.

You may also want to consider becoming an online tutor. This gives you additional flexibility since you won’t be limited to students in the same location as you. Online tutoring eliminates the barriers of location and time zones. You can have the opportunity of tutoring a student from another country. And all you need are your skills, a computer and a stable internet connection.

 

  1. Utilize your field of expertise.

Many students finish their studies and take a job that may be completely unrelated to their degree. If you are unable to find any job in which you can make use of your subject knowledge, then you may consider becoming a tutor instead. This also presents an excellent opportunity for university students to apply the things they’ve learned from school and avoid forgetting them during long breaks.

Article publié pour la première fois le 28/05/2016

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