Small, low-paying private school
Your average small private school, offering only private contractor positions for average (=low) hourly wages, never salaried positions, and requiring lesson planning and other prep but refusing to pay you for your time spent doing that. They have plenty of after-school tutoring jobs if you need more hours, but these are sometimes unreliable (students don't show) and you end up getting home pretty late. Nice people, pleasant atmosphere. Very small = intimate, decent community, but few resources. Students are overworked with very long days. Well-meaning but often disorganized management. An okay place for a job straight out of teacher's college. But not a real job.