1. Qkids is one of the few English tutoring gigs that doesn’t require a degree. You simply have to be working to attain one as an enrolled university student. (Don’t worry. If you already have a degree, they want you too.) This opportunity is open to those in the U.S. and Canada. You must be able to commit to 6 hours per week. Paid training and all coursework is provided.
2. Voxy is a company located within the U.S. Their learners include students and business professionals across five continents. You need a degree in education, linguistics or TESOL and experience teaching English. This gig pays up to $18 an hour to native English-speaking tutors. A degree or TESL certificate is required.
3. Cambly is looking for tutors to chat with students and help them learn English in an informal setting. Their students come from all around the world, and these sessions can be as informative for you as for your students – just think of all the little bits of culture and language you can learn along the way! They pay $0.17 per minute, which works out to $10.20 per hour taught. They pay through Paypal and you can set your own hours.
4. English First is based in Cambridge, MA. Their students are primarily adults aged 20 to 50. Opportunities to teach are available 24 hours per day, 363 days per year. Offers start at $12 per hours base rate plus incentives. A bachelor’s degree in any field is required.
5. Continuum Education Services is a recruitment agency pairing English teachers and tutors with companies who need their services. CES says that all the companies they might place you with offer base pay and flexible schedules. You’re required to be a native English speaker, have TESOL/TEFL certification (or be willing to get certified in 90 days), and certain computer equipment including a headset and webcam.
6. Mango Languages is based in Farmington Hills, MI. They are looking for English coaches with a teaching certificate, degree or some teaching experience. You must commit to 10-20 hours per week and 10-20 hours paid training.
7. eBerlitz has offices in 70 countries worldwide. Pay is reportedly around $14 per hour.
8. Englishunt has offices in Seoul, Korea and Michigan, USA. The company is currently hiring more tutors for their virtual tutoring service directed at the Japanese market. They require their tutors to have ESL certification or teaching certification (in any subject). Their tutors only work part-time, on average about 8 to 12 hours each week. Since you’re tutoring Japanese students, the hours are between 4 AM and 7 AM EST (which are evening hours for your students). They pay $14.50 an hour and provide their own curriculum.
9. Global Mate New York targets South Koreans ages 19 to 50. Open to American tutors.
10. Ginseng English offers ESL tutoring for both general and business students. Masters degree preferred.
11. go FLUENT has offices across the globe and contracts business ESL teachers who can commit to 4 hours per day each weekday.
12. Golden Voice English has been popping on the job boards quite frequently lately. They offer tutors for Chinese students in grades 1 through 9. Both group and 1:1 classes are offered. They pay $20 CAD per hour.
13. Lingoda is located in Germany and emphasizes that their lessons are like a traditional classroom course, just online – they hold their lessons through Skype (or their virtual classrooms). You choose how much you work, and their availability is wide open as they offer lessons 24 hours a day, every day. They say the salaries they offer vary based on experience, and salaries reportedly average between $10 to $11 hourly.
14. Pearson pays tutors $14 for 1:1 and $17 for group classes. Business English is their specialty.
15. Rosetta Stone is a well-known name in the language learning industry. They prefer tutors near their main learning hubs.
16. Rype was designed with busy students in mind. This is a US-based company. Pay is unclear though students are offered a 14-day free trial.
17. Twosigmas is located in the UK and looking for ESL tutors to teach 1-on-1 English lessons to children from all across China between the ages of 5 and 12. Reportedly, they’re looking for teachers with experience teaching English, experience teaching children, and a university degree in a relevant field (like Education or Linguistics). It looks like they’ll pay up to $20 an hour depending on your experience.
18. Duolingo offers not just ESL tutoring but with a side of consulting. They are looking for the best of the best in language teachers and assessors.
19. iTutor pays online English tutors between $16 and $25 per hour. They are open to tutors in the U.S., Canada and the UK. A degree is required. This is a quick hire in many cases with candidates being hired within 3 days of registration!