Last month I was hired to work part-time as a tutor at a major tutoring chain (It is the same company I used to work for, but a different type of tutoring center). This job pays an hourly rate based on the specific task I am doing at the time, but even if I average it all together I am easily making 50% more per hour than my previous job. In addition, I am working more hours than I previously had worked for the company. Granted, it is still only part-time, but it had the potential to allow for close to full-time hours (30-35 hours a week). I didn’t get that much right off the bat, but several other tutors are quitting this month and the next, and I will have an opportunity to take over their students. Additionally, I can volunteer to work before they open, helping the managers prep the day’s conferences, and other mundane tasks. This would let me work pretty much a 6-8 hour day. The only day I wouldn’t be there was Sunday.
Saturdays the center closes early, which gives me time to give piano lessons to 5 students broken up into 30-minute lessons.
Then I got an offer to work as an accomanist for a voice coach. He taught voice lessons 6-8 hours a day. As luck would have it, he gave lessons on Sunday, allowing me to work for him, continue to teach piano, and continue to work my other part-time job. I would be working 7 days a week, 6-8 hours a day.
Am I completely insane? :eek: