Still thinking you “just” mark work? Think again!

Updated: Aug 31



When you mark work, that means you can manage data.

That means your transferable skills are:

  • strong IT skills with databses and reporting tools

  • managing files effectively

  • managing data in a time-effective way

  • dealing with confidential information and ensuring confidentiality is maintained

When you mark work, that means you work in a detailed-oriented way.

That means your transferable skills are:

  • prioritizing on a project-by-project basis

  • creating meaningful metrics to assess data

  • guaranteeing data integrity


When you mark work, that means you use evidence-based practices.

That means your transferable skills are:

  • evaluating evidence effectively

  • synthesizing findings and developing recommendations for action

  • applying evidence in a way that gets results

  • actively contributing towards developing and improving data collection systems

You already have so many transferable skills that will work brilliantly if you want to apply for a whole range of jobs or start your own tutoring business! When you are thinking of starting a tutoring business you have so many questions, including: Can I even really do this? The good news is - you CAN do this! You have the skills and you'll be so excited to get out there! Here's how we can help.


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