Berlitz offers 1v1 and group online instruction in 30+ languages to adults and children. No teaching certificate/experience is required, only a Bachelor’s degree and minimum commitment of 15-20 hours a week. Pay varies by position, though can be as low as $7.5 (equivalent), and you must follow their teaching method.
Twenix is a Spanish corporate English trainer that hires C2 speakers to teach adult professionals 1v1 in 26-minute conversation classes. Formal qualifications and experience aren’t essential, and there is no minimum hours requirement, though the pay is only €8-12 an hour and applications can take months to process.
Speexx is a European business language training provider that pays virtual coaches around €12 an hour to teach adult professionals 1v1. To apply, you must speak 2 languages, have a Bachelor’s degree, a language teaching certificate, online teaching experience, and 25 hours availability a month.
goFLUENT is a corporate training company hiring first or second language speakers to teach adult clients. Classes are 1v1 or in groups for 30-90 minutes. A degree is required, plus some relevant experience. Pay is $9-12 an hour, depending on location, and you must offer 30 hours a week to start (reduceable later).
Fluentify is an Italian language company teaching English, French, Spanish, German and Italian to adult professionals in 30-minute online classes (1v1 or 1v4). The pay is €12-€24.48 and you must be a Native Speaker with a teaching qualification, 2+ years of experience, and available for 15+ hours a week.
Iboux is an Irish-Brazilian education company hiring Native Speakers in English, French and Spanish to teach adults and children 1v1 or 1v2 in 30 or 60-minute classes. They pay $8-15 an hour, want teaching experience, either a teaching certificate or degree, and 20 hours availability a week (with 15 guaranteed).
Learnlight is a multinational EdTech Company that provides language learning, skills acquisition, and company training; it pays €6-12 an hour for teachers with degrees, a language teaching certification, and 2 years’ experience, to teach mainly adult students 1v1 or in groups for 10+ hours a week.
TeachCast employs US residents to teach ESL online to international children and adults. You must have completed a diploma/2 years of college and a TEFL/TESOL/substitute certificate. Pay is $12-$14 an hour, with paid training, though you must commit to a fixed schedule of 25 hours across 5 days a week.
Fluentbe is a Polish ESL company paying $8.50-$13/hour to teach children or adults 1v1 or 1v4 via Zoom. No qualifications are required, Non-Native English Speakers can apply, bonuses are available and bookings are stable, though you need 1 year’s experience, and must teach 2+ courses with classes lasting 25-90 minutes.
Learnship is an online business language trainer that hires Native-level speakers in 12 languages. Pay is more than many ESL companies, though the recruitment process is selective and demanding, with an interview and 2 observed demos and only a 5% success rate. Existing teacher reviews are also critical.
Lingoda hires C2-level speakers to teach English, French, Spanish and German online. Classes last 60 minutes with 1-5 adult students, there are no minimum hours, a teaching certificate but no degree is required, and teacher satisfaction is high, however, the pay is fairly low and bookings are first come, first served.
Spicus teaches Korean adults English via conversational 10-minute 1v1 audio classes. They hire teachers with a Native accent from the US, Canada and Philippines, a degree/teaching certificate is not essential, pay is $12-15 per hour, and booking rates are high.
Tutlo is a small, Polish ESL company delivering conversational 1v1 lessons with adult and child students. Classes are on-demand upon logging in, with no advanced booking schedule. A degree is not required, though they prefer Native Speakers for whom the pay is relatively low.
Voxy specializes in teaching adults through Task-Based Learning and pays a decent hourly rate, though compensation doesn’t cover the entire workload. You must also have over 3 years’ teaching experience and know a second language, but both Native and Non-Native Speakers can apply without a degree.