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The Growth of Online Tutoring

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The prevalence and popularity of online tutoring has grown in leaps and bounds in recent years. This is true in Asia and in many other countries around the world. For instance, in Hong Kong, Hong Kong private tutors and Hong Kong tutoring services abound online. This growth of online tutoring can be attributed to the takeover of the digital world when it comes to how things are done in numerous sectors. Because of the advancement of technology, now it is possible to do things over the Internet (Skype, Facetime...) that were never dreamed or imagined to be possible before.

 

Online tutoring has become popular due to the convenience and lucrativeness that it offers both the service provider and the recipient of the service. How so? Because of online tutoring, parents essentially pay for the job to be done by someone else. No longer do they have to spend time on creating a lesson plan or reviewing their child for their exam, but instead they can rest assured that a professional is taking care of the job.

 

Secondly, online tutoring is highly convenient for both the tutor and the tutee as neither one has to leave the comfort of their home or office in order to get the job done and receive what both wish to — a fee and a high quality, fruitful learning experience. This allows both parties to save money as well as neither will have to spend on transportation expenses.

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