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30+ days ago

Jr. Graphic Designer

Princeton Review New York, NY

The Princeton Review is in search of a Jr. Graphic Designer with talents and swagger to join our Marketing and Creative Services team! You will… Princeton Review

30+ days ago

Product Manager

Princeton Review New York, NY

The Princeton Review is the destination for students who want to turn their college or grad school dreams into reality. From online tutoring to test… 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

Senior Revenue Recognition Analyst

Princeton Review New York, NY

For more information visit and… Princeton Review

26 days ago

Territory Manager

Princeton Review Syosset, 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

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Princeton Review CEO Mandy Ginsberg
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    Current Employee - Teacher and Tutor in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Teacher and Tutor in New York, NY
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    I have been working at Princeton Review part-time (More than 3 years)


    You never see your supervisors, it's just you and your students, so you can have fun with them. You more or less make your own schedule as a teacher, and as a tutor you completely make your own schedule. The staff in my local office is an amazing group of people.


    Corporate is always coming up with little ways to rip off employees and clients. All of our perks have been taken away and after being with the company 5 years I've received one raise. 90 whole cents. I'm told this is normal. Sometimes you feel bad tutoring if you know the amount the client pays per hour (in home tutoring has no overhead), compared to what you make.

    Advice to Management

    Standard raises every year for satisfactory performance, more for outstanding performance. Pay tutors a lot more or lower the cost.

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