One dream for many is to make a career out of being a tutor. To do this, you of course need to have the qualifications for your subject area of choice, valid experience and have a regular schedule of tutees and sessions.
How possible is it to be a full time tutor?
If you are starting out as a tutor, you are likely to be part-time, but with enough time spent building up your list of tutees, you’ll realise you’ll have a full time job on your hand. Tutoring can easily go from a side-hustle to a full time profession if your subject area is in high demand.
Things they don’t teach you for tutoring full time
Budgeting is important, especially when starting out, tutoring as a small costs launchpad for your business means you should be aware of what it is costing you and how much you’re gaining in the long run. As tutoring is a side hustle initially, this article gives some insight how to budget
- Scheduling & Time management
The main thing that you will need to build a skill in when you are aiming to be a fulltime tutor is your ability to manage your time and the scheduling of your classes, regardless of what the subject is. We built ClassCaptain to help tutors, of whatever subject/class, to help with the scheduling of their sessions, and this article here can give you an oversight in how to manage your time initially when building your side hustle tutoring career.
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