Cheyney wrote:I have worked for tutorabc since 2010. besides the low pay the company has been great to work for. the schedulers and IT are always available and willing to help. they are very flexible with the schedule. i live in the us and they pay me $8.50 per class plus a bonus up to $1 per student depending on the average rating the students give. I don't remind the students to rate me so i average about $10 per hour. it's been perfect for me being a single mom i could work as much or as little as I want. the problem recently is i haven't been getting many lessons. I'm not sure if I've done something to upset them possibly because of my inconstancy of being available or if they have too many consultants or too few students. anyway I wouldn't say this job is for everybody but it's easy, i love talking to new students each class, and it's perfect for me.
I sincerely hope that you're more grammatical in the sessions, themselves. But TutorABC hires Russians and Germans to teach English to Chinese people, and the company charges them a bundle for the classes, so it's pretty obvious how they stay so profitable if you and they are only making ten dollars per hour.
For proof, you can meet Sergei on the front pages of both TutorABCJr and TutorMing, where you get to watch him emphasize thick, Russian accent and English grammar problems: