Guess what?, you do not have to have an advanced college degree to become a tutor. College students are usually hired to tutor elementary and high school students or as peer tutors. And, for older candidates, a bachelor’s degree in a subject area is more than enough to help you line up tutoring jobs for after school, evenings, and weekends.
You can check with the guidance office in your school district for high school and elementary jobs, and with the career or student employment office for campus positions. Or try using a site like Tutor.com to tutor online from the comfort of your home.
A tutor is known as a person who gives additional, special, or basic instruction. And the purpose of tutoring is to help students help themselves, or to assist or guide them to the point at which they become an independent learner, and thus no longer need a tutor.
You can give tutoring a push start today. The thing here is that a typical tutor will charge between $17 and $45 per hour, according to our tutor pricing calculator. An experienced, certified teacher might charge up to $76 per hour.
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