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30+ days ago

Administrative Assistant

Princeton Review Edison, NJ

Are you always the organized person in your friend circle or at work? Do you like to dabble in a variety of activities and multi-task with ease? Are… Princeton Review

30+ days ago

Billing & Collections Collections Specialist

Princeton Review New York, NY

Responsible for timely billing and collection of accounts receivable balances, accurate customer invoicing, resolution of invoice disputes and… Princeton Review

30+ days ago

eLearning Operations Manager- MCAT

Princeton Review Natick, MA

If you've seen the guy on TV who juggles chainsaws and think to yourself, "That's cute. I could do that in my sleep!" Then step right up because the… Princeton Review

30+ days ago

Territory Manager

Princeton Review New York, NY

Become The Princeton Review’s Territory and Sales Manager for high school test prep programs. Find dynamic ways to partner with high schools… Princeton Review

30+ days ago

Senior Revenue Recognition Analyst

Princeton Review New York, NY

For more information visit and… Princeton Review

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  • Decent job for college student if you can get the hours.

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    Former Employee - SAT Instructor in New Brunswick, NJ
    Former Employee - SAT Instructor in New Brunswick, NJ

    I worked at Princeton Review part-time (More than 3 years)

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    Flexible number of hours per week and the training is relatively short and straightforward. You have a good deal of independence in the classroom. You can train to teach other exams fairly easily.


    You have to fight for hours with a large pool of other trainers, so if you think of it as your full-time job you may have issues getting enough hours. I could reliably get 20-30 hours a week. You have to travel all over the place to make your hours-- sometimes driving 1.5 hours round trip so you can teach a 2 hour tutoring session. There is some minimal travel reimbursement but it doesn't make up for the time. Finally your salary is very flat per hour- you start at around $20 an hour (at least when I was there) but you don't get much in the way of raises based on performance.

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    Give larger salary incentives based on performance.

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