I went through their 3 week online faculty training. Analysis: It was brutal, brutal, brutal. Why? 1. Their websites are disjointed (not seamless), 2. They requires endless rule following based on course room, employee handbook, expectations, etc. 3. Their online platform requires you to do one hour EVERY week "synchronous" where you have to have an originally made powerpoint and discussion questions online. (it looks like a vertical ticker tape as folks put up comments or questions. Then Powerpoint on side as you talk. Talk is one way from you to students. They write back in realtime. You have to do this every week. 4. There are endless tests and videos you are to see. One test was so damn complex that it took me 3 hours and over 70 tries to pass at 80% or more (minimal requirement to pass to next section). The professor is required to answer every student every week with a 100 minimum words per response. I teach at another online institution, they only require a first week response to everyone, then from then on in the discussions you answer 25% of class. This policy of Kaplan is brutal IMHO. The pay stinks and is insulting. They pay $1K for 10 weeks. That is $200/week. Calculate that at 15 hours minimum per week and you get about $13.00 an hour. If you have to take 20 hours a week (very probable) it is $10.00/hour. That is simply demeaning. They require you to take 30 hours of unpaid training watching videos and trainings they put out. My brick and mortar school that I worked for would pay me when they required me. Kaplan won't even accept your CEU's from your profession. The hiring process is infernal. It is also disjointed. I often sent emails and only a few times got answers. Their list of what you are supposed to do is highly complex and also disjointed. I edited it to improve it. Never got a thank you. My analysis is that the school preys upon the Ph.D. glut and desperate faculty needing jobs. Kaplan is a revolving door with professors. Oh, yes, they will raise your pay if you stay on past four classes and meet their standards. Course terms 1-3 with over 10 students might pay 2000 dollars. Terms 4 and forward with over 10 students as high as 2,600 dollars. I personally do not think it is worth it. With 10 students it is brutal all you have to do. With more you can imagine... it becomes a very high amount of hours to get that money. Not worth it to me. Can someone be successful at doing the Kaplan teaching gig? Yes... But you have to be an OCD type of person. I noticed these types can do this kind of work, following endless minutiae and rules. This takes the fun out of teaching. It is a spirit-killer in my humble opinion. Hope this helped some.