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Math Tutor - High Dosage Tutoring Program

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Former Employee - Math Tutor in Austin, TX
Former Employee - Math Tutor in Austin, TX

I worked at Princeton Review full-time (less than an year)

Pros

Awesome group of people, with diverse backgrounds and varied interests. It was nice working in a situation where everyone was both committed to doing a great job and excited about their next step in life. the ability to directly impact students' outcomes was also great.

Cons

The job was really low paying for the area, it was great as a temporary source of income, but it wasn't something anyone really saw themselves doing long-term.

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    Great flexibility, smart colleagues, easy money.

    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Princeton Review

    Pros

    Great training and support, fantastic colleagues. I loved working for TPR. Especially once you start private tutorials, the pay is quite good.

    Cons

    Variable schedule is a pro and a con. Class times are fixed in stone, and are always late afternoon/early evening and weekends.

  2.  

    Great company, good people. Good products, and instructors don't have to also be salespeople. Friendly work environment.

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    Former Employee - Instructor in Durham, NC
    Former Employee - Instructor in Durham, NC

    I worked at Princeton Review part-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    Casual atmosphere, intelligent and energetic co-workers, decent pay, paid trainings. Teaching and trainings were always fun. Everyone I worked with enjoyed coming to work every day. Tutoring was especially satisfying and paid decently well.

    Cons

    There were limited hours available at times. Upward mobility was limited, because most instructors only teach part time temporarily - while in school usually. Often students were limited by the price of the courses and tutoring.

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