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Rural tutoring more accessible


FLEXIBILITY: Be your own boss and work from home, at a time that suits you, with online tutoring.

DO you know that tutoring is in high demand? 

Even though you live in a rural area, you can still work as a tutor online.

While some companies may require you to have an educational background in the subjects they want you to tutor, many online tutors do not need prior teaching experience.

Keep in mind though, the more qualifications you have, the more jobs or clients you can get.

Becoming an online tutor can be one of the most rewarding jobs if you’re living in a rural area, especially if you are driven by wanting to purse a meaningful career that will help others flourish.

It is also a great way to make an income online by doing something you’re familiar with and good at.

There are many companies where you can register yourself as a tutor and conduct your tutoring sessions online.

This means you can do it from your own home, at a time that suits you.

Flexibility doesn’t end there: you can choose to work with primary students through to college students or adults, depending on the relevant skills and experience you may have.

There are many opportunities for online tutors, whether you’re a retired or active teacher, a stay at home parent or student or teen with knowledge for a specific subject.

And if you aren’t prepared to make the leap just yet or are unsure if it’s the right move for you, casual tutoring is a great introduction and it’s easy to get started.

If you are looking for legitimate sites that offer online jobs for tutors, here are a few: LearnMate, TutorFinder.com.au, Tutornova and Cluey.

The only catch to this job is that you must have your own PC or laptop and high-speed stable internet connection to work for all of the online tutoring agencies, as well as a webcam and headset with microphone.

Short URL: http://thestar.com.au/?p=30035

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