Robert Frank | Dec. 12, 2013 | CNBC
He looks and sounds like many other young, highly qualified teachers.
Nathaniel Hannan, a 33-year-old Indiana native, went to Notre Dame and got his masters at Oxford in philosophy and geology before becoming a high school teacher in Washington, D.C. He loves to teach and has a gift for communicating.
But today, instead of working for a school, Hannan tutors the children of wealthy families. And he makes up to $1,250 an hour.
"It's different clients, but the same business," he said.