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Q: What's the hourly pay rate for tutoring English?

8 years 14 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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Here in Nanjing it is at least 100RMB/h.

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i charge like 150-200/hr in chengdu

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A fluent Chinese gets about 100 RMB/hr plus or minus 50, at least that's it here in Shanghai. There are web sites (native CN sites) that introduce clients and teachers. They suggest the rate.

A native English speaker gets at least twice that. A team of one native Chinese and one native English is hard to beat and can earn 300 or more RMB per hour because of the ease of the relationship with the client.

What you teach is up to you. Tutoring is easy. They have the schoolbook, you help them with the lesson(Drunk. Training is more challenging, as the client and you will decide what the class will look like, what the goals are and how long the training will go (e.g. 5 months and longer, once a week)

Plenty of opportunities.

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"i charge like 150-200/hr in chengdu"

I charge like 150-200/hr in Chengdu.

Anyone sue you for a refund? lol

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I've charged between 100 and 150 RMB per hour in Inner Mongolia and Sichuan province. It depends on the level of the student, the intensity of the training desired, and part of the country you live in...

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depends on city and the person how fat is their pocket........
normal is 100 yuan and above..........

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