For those new to the profession, they are a good way to experience Moscow and get some valuable experience at the same time.However, employees are not the most important element in their eyes, so you may be shuffled around to different school locations, and in some cases, may not be paid on time.Unless you're an executive for an oil, gas or construction company, or a professional at a large legal or accounting firm, getting a chance to work in Russia can be near impossible.
Another company, , is having their freelancers (see section below) virtually dictate their own hourly rates, the demand is so strong.
They are also only for "face time" (time in front of a class) and do not include preparation or travel time, so consider these when weighing your options.
Language teaching for native speakers can be divided into several categories. The most popular, and probably the easiest to access, is the language school.
People are also recognizing how important it is for their children to learn, and there is an equally large demand for teaching children of all ages.
For some ridiculous reason, an "hour" in teaching is equal to 45 minutes, so the hours quoted here are based on this figure [the reason is that the Russian universities practice so-called "Academic" hour, which is the length of a lecture or a seminar – 45 minutes - WTR].
An included apartment, even if not centrally located, can be a real advantage, especially as a newcomer to Moscow.