PROS : . Again, this would perhaps depend on whether you're employed in a metro or a small town & various other factors such as your personal support system & individual strengths.
CONS : It's hard to pinpoint anything specific w.r.t. women 'cause Veta is an equal-opportunity employer. In fact, they probably have more women than men in the workforce, considering this is largely a teaching profession.
You'd mostly be handling adults who know broken English. There could be chances that you may come across uncultured persons who may or may not be attentive in class. Extreme cases are always reported to the centre head who would then further take care.
If I'm not wrong, a fixed pay is provided. Plus incentives if new students prefer sitting in your class (due to good exposure experienced by your present students). This is something like a referral system. I am not sure if this is a con, but Veta would expect you to bring in more students; more like a marketing thing. But that is absolutely no reason to be uneasy about as long as you are conducting your classes regularly & sincerely. This is a business after all.