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Teacher yearly salaries in the United Kingdom at iTutorGroup

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£23,182 per year
Below national average

Salary estimated from 2 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

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  • Referral program


  • Work from home
  • Flexible schedule
  • Professional development assistance
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An extremely mixed bag

I've been working for Itutor group for nearly a year now, and it has been a roller coaster of highs and lows, the result of which has left me pretty frustrated and disappointed with the experience.I've decided to split this into categories rather than general pros and cons, as there have been such swings in all aspects.1) HoursI am a CELTA qualified teacher with 6 years experience. When I started work here, I used to get 5 hours teaching a day without fail. This, however, was often in one long block with only 5 minutes break between classes. I was desperate for a break by the end. Hours would fluctuate between months. One month I'd do fine, the next quite significantly less despite still having good ratings (see pay).About a month ago I took a week off (my first bit of holiday since starting despite the odd day here and there). Since returning, my hours have reduced drastically (2-3 a day now). The company hates you having any time off, and punishes you for doing so.You have to do weekend work (at least 4 hours) but the way they structure the mandatory hours means that unless you want to wake up at 6AM on Saturday, you will be teaching seven days a week, as you can only book 3 mandatory hours on either Saturday/Sunday at normal teaching times (I'm UK based, other countries will vary).With most of the school around the world closed due to Coronavirus, I imagine a huge amount have migrated online, and so they can literally pick and choose or discard teachers as they see fit now.PayThe company works on a ratings system. Students can rate teachers out of 10, and teachers - 


OK pay, flexible hours


7 day working week, sneaky tactics, fluctuating hours, toxic ratings system
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Flexible hours but shocking pay

I will start with the few positives of this company, which include a flexible working schedule, good communication (if you had an issue) and nice students. I loved this job at first, I was doing 25 minute lessons and was earning £14-£16 per hour. I did do some 45 minute sessions too, with mainly adults and again I did enjoy these, even though the pay was significantly lower; I was paid a base rate of £7 with the potential to earn more if the students gave you a good rating, however most students don’t rate you, so you end up just getting the base rate or a little higher. The pay structure makes no sense at all. I then got put on the demo sessions after about 1 month and this is where it all started going downhill. The demos paid me a base rate of £6.92 per hour but if a client signed up I got an additional bonus of £27, the problem was that I was barley getting sign ups, even though nearly all of my demo ratings were 10’s, but it is obvious something wasn’t working. At the time I enjoyed having the balance of demos and lessons as demos require no planning and I did like doing them. As time went on my schedule became filled with more demos, to the point that my whole schedule (10 hours per week) consisted of them, with no regular lessons. Even if I picked up extra hours, they would usually be demos, so as a qualified teacher I was pretty much working for £6.92 per hour and at times these demos were non-stop. I averaged about 4 sign ups a month so made a bonus of just over £100 on average, but this still works out at a shocking wage, which is way below the minimum - 
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A sense of being watched

Pros: Flexible, can work from home, lessons are planned for the teachers so they can get on with the teaching. Salary is lower than expected for tuition, but they do provide you with continuous students, so there are no empty gaps. Cons: A feeling of being watched: all of the lessons are recorded (which is fair enough), but during on-boarding computers are tested remotely for internet strength, etc, and my settings seemed to have been changed following this. I ran a malware programme and found 3 kinds of malware on my laptop. All log in details are also set by the company. Teachers are treated a little like cattle as so many sign up each day.
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How much does a Teacher make at iTutorGroup in the United Kingdom?

Average iTutorGroup Teacher yearly pay in the United Kingdom is approximately £23,182, which is 26% below the national average.

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