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Full time tutoring jobs - anyone got any experience?
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    HI,

    Bit of a niche area, but here's as good a place to ask as any. Does anyone have any experience of working as a full time tutor? I don't mean the sort of tutoring where an IT works in an English school for a bit more cash, I mean the sort of vacancy where you're hired by a rich family to be their son/daughters full time tutor.These jobs seem more common in the ME, Russia, and a few of the richer Asian countries. Salaries listed are almost always substantially higher than what one would earn in an IS - even a first tier IS. Around $1250 a week seems to be the going rate for many - which could only be bettered by a very small percentage of schools out there.So - does anyone have any experience of doing this? What sort of experience level do you need to have a chance at those sort of positions? Is it worth the money, or does been at the beck-and-call of a rich family full time make it too much of a grind?

    Please help.

    I did not find the right solution from the internet.

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    Thanks!






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