- Remote Tutor
- $24 average salary per hour
- Published October 18, 2020 by Rita Epps
How does Ted make money online?
Ted doesn’t really exist. He’s our avatar to represent a typical person with a remote job as a tutor.
This sampling of remote tutoring jobs should give you a sense of the work Ted would do for a living:
Wikipedia’s definition of a tutor:
A tutor, formally also called an academic tutor, is a person who provides assistance or tutelage to one or more people on certain subject areas or skills. The tutor spends a few hours on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis to transfer their expertise on the topic or skill to the student.
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How much money does a Remote Tutor make?
The salaries of remote tutors vary based on many factors, such as experience, qualifications, the subject they teach, etc.
There seem to be more part-time job openings for remote tutors than there are full-time. For that reason, we will focus here on the average pay per hour rather than an annual salary.
As of this writing, Indeed lists these average salary numbers for a Remote Tutor:
Your annual salary will then also depend on whether you decide to work part-time or full-time.
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What skills do you need to become a Remote Tutor?
The skills you need will depend on the type of tutor you want to be.
There are many entry-level jobs available in remote tutoring.
You don’t absolutely need to have a formal education degree to become a tutor, as opposed to becoming a traditional teacher.
There are tutoring jobs for teens as well as for experienced teachers. For example, even high school and college students who excel at certain subjects may become remote tutors.
You can get a feel for the skills and experience required by browsing remote job listings for tutors (see more below).
Without an education degree, you might also become a freelancer and, for example, teach English online via sites like iTalki.
- Check out our iTalki reviews: for professional English teachers (certifications required) and for community English tutors (no certifications required).
- To start learning the skills you need to become a tutor, check out these free teaching courses.
How to get a remote job as a Tutor?
Here are the best remote job boards to find a remote job fast.
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