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A graduate role in Tutoring
What does it involve?
Tutoring offers the chance to inspire, engage and nurture young people to reach their potential through one-to-one and larger group-based settings. Tutoring is one of the most rewarding jobs and one that can be worked in a lot of locations here in the UK or abroad.
A lot of tutoring jobs will not require full-time work, which means you can maintain an excellent work/life balance, adjusting your hours to the amount of work you would like to do. On top of this, you will always be working with new faces, normally in new places.
Tutoring companies will often require you to be a graduate in the field you are tutoring in and have an excellent academic record. For this reason, tutoring will allow you to continue to pursue intellectual study so that you ensure you can inspire your students and prepare them for their examinations.
At its best: You will be inspiring the next generation of students and workers in your chosen field. As you continue to work with your students, you will see tangible improvements.
At its worst: You may find that you lose some of your evenings as tuition will normally take place after school. Engaging with unwilling students can also be incredibly frustrating.