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Sure, the hours are flexible, but the hours you DO work have little benefit.
You can choose to work as much or as little as you like.
They do a good job of making sure that you aren't able to communicate with too many students because they want to optimize their potential revenue by diverting students to other tutors before they meet a certain asked quota.
I can work when I choose but I only get paid when I work.
I am able to work as much or as little as I want and choose my own hours. You cannot get any more flexible than this! However, demand is highest Monday-Thursday from 3pm - 8pm, so that's when I choose to work. If this was my second job or extra income, I could just work weekends or selected weekdays. The only downside to this flexibility is the drop in business that coincides with school breaks.
Tutors are able to make their own schedules.
As a private tutor you can absolutely set your own schedule, which is very convenient.
You decide when to work and how long. You pick your clients and where you are willing to meet.
You get to choose your own hours.
Since this is freelance, one can work as much or as little as one wishes.