Salary, review and application process for online ESL jobs. Teach English without a degree. Teach English online as a part-time or full-time career. Perfect online job for stay-at-home parents, entrepreneurs and travellers.
Update: As China has closed its doors on online teaching, many of the Chinese companies mentioned below have closed or are in the process of expanding globally.
You can still teach privately, and there are opportunities to learn more about this in my teachers’ resources section of this site.
There are also still plenty of jobs hiring around the world for $10-$25 per hour. Keep an eye out on job sites such as Indeed.com and TEFL.com.
Popular Teaching Companies Right Now
Carrot Global: Korean company, hiring US and Canadian ESL teachers, $15-$18p/h CAD
Savvy Reading: teach reading to English speaking students, $18 USD p/h
Purple Academy: teacher and proofreader position, grade English homework for Korean students, starts at $18 USD p/h
Hallo: Native and non-native teachers to teach adults worldwide, $15-$35 USD p/h
Bansho: homework help and tutoring K-8 grade students, $25 USD per live lesson
Mentorphone: Korean company hiring native English teachers, $18 CAD p/h
LingoAce: Singaporean-based company hiring native English teachers, up to $20 USD p/h
Allschool: Singapore company, hiring Native English teachers, average $50 USD p/h
Nao Now: teach English to Korean students, for up to $26 USD p/h
Littera Education: online reading school teacher for elementary school children in the US, $15 USD starting rate
Cambly: US-based company, no experience required, $10-$13.50 USD p/h, read more here