How Much Does A Pole Dance Teacher Make?
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On one end of the scale, assistant or apprentice teachers who are in training may be paid in experience only.
That is, if you're just starting out you may be offered an apprenticeship or an assistant position that doesn't have a salary attached to it.
Instead, you will be getting on-the-job training and experience as your payment.
Of course, this arrangement usually comes with the expectation that you'll be offered a paying job once your teaching competence has been established.
If you already have some teaching experience and credentials, you'll probably find that you can step into a paid teaching role more easily.
Of course, you'll need to have some basic pole dancing skills under your belt, as well as experience in teaching dance or fitness.
But if you love to teach and can establish your competence as an instructor, it should be relatively easy for you to transfer those skills to teaching pole dancing.
However, even for experienced instructors, pay rates do vary widely from city to city and from studio to studio.
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