Engoo
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Engoo Employee Review

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February 5, 2018
flexible schedule is alright but it's hard to get students if you are new teacher. You work mostly at night since the students are in school or work in the morning
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3.0Work/Life Balance
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3.0Culture
Pros
flexible schedule
Cons
hard to get students if you are a new teacher
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