Online tutors needed during pandemic

With cities around the world having restrictions and lockdowns because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many schools have opted to continue their operations online.

And since homeschooling remains the only option for most parents, the demand for online tutors has significantly increased during the pandemic.

According to Wall Street Journal, the surge in demand has been overwhelming:

Many parents are turning to online tutors and classes to keep students motivated and avoid a brain drain. Tutoring is helping fill in time once dedicated to sports and after-school activities, and providing one-on-one contact for students who aren’t getting attention from overwhelmed teachers.

Parents search for tutors in online portals like allroundr, and tutors can hold their learning sessions over free video conferencing services like Zoom or Google Meet.

For tutors across all fields, including STEM, languages, humanities, and the arts, this is an opportune time to bring your services both online and in person.

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30 Ways to Make Money in College

The financial markets and financial planning news website The Street has published recommendations on how university students can get income. The top recommendation was tutoring, which was considered a surprisingly very lucrative side job.

According to The Street:

If you excel in some subject, chances are other students might need a little extra help — and are willing to pay for it. Or, students in your area (like high school students or even other college students) might need your expertise, as well. While the actual pay or rate you can get may vary depending on the subject, type of student, or area you are tutoring, you could potentially make up to $18 bucks an hour — not bad for using your brain.

30 Ways to Make Money in College

Bright Future for the Tutoring Industry

If you are a tutor or if you are thinking of becoming one, we have great news for you!

  • According to the Global Private Tutoring Market 2018 Industry Research Report, private tutoring is one of the fastest growing industries around the world today. The report looked at current and historical performances of the private tutoring industry, including forecasts and trends for 2025.
  • The art and vocational education industry in Australia is a 6 Billion industry with growth of 5.5% during the past five years. This IBISWorld report on the industry, which covers art education, theatre, dance, language, music, and driving, highlights the promising future for education professionals, tutors, and coaches.
  • GradAustralia reported that the education and training industry in Australia post Very Strong career outlook for both private tutors and university tutors, averaging 65K AUD and 104K AUD annual income.

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Atlassian co-founder teaches crash course in coding

Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes gave a crash course on computer programming at the CeBIT technology fair, highlighting that skills and knowledge in the STEM subject areas will be crucial for the creative jobs in the future.

We at allroundr support the propagation of education within and outside the borders of the university, and Atlassian is showing us the way forward. Good job Mike and the organisers of CeBIT!

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If you want to spread your skills and expertise in STEM subjects, check and find opportunities to share your knowledge.