eTalk is an online school focusing on ESL for all ages/levels, though it also provides Math and academic prep. Classes are 1v1 and last 25/50 mins. They want certified teachers with 1+ year experience, and pay up to US$12 or €8 for most positions, however, they are selective about who they hire and have few reviews.
FindTutors is a marketplace for European and Latin American teachers to advertise tutoring in any subject. No qualifications are needed, sign up is quick, there is no commission, and tutors decide their pay, hours, materials and method, though they must arrange their own payment, and competition for bookings is high.
TutorOcean is an online marketplace for teachers to create a profile to attract students in a range of subjects. Pay rates and hours are set by tutors, there are no mandatory qualifications and the sign-up process is simple, though a 10-20% commission is deducted, and some teachers complain about a lack of students.
Language Master ESL classes provide freetalk conversations, mock IELTS tests and Business English for adult Chinese students, conducted 1v1 through an app. Teachers require Near-Native pronunciation and are paid between $8-$22 an hour, but must regularly post videos on the platform to attract students.
Verbalplanet is an online teacher marketplace hiring Native Speakers of most languages. Teachers decide their pay rate and availability, with 1v1 lessons lasting 40 mins. No formal qualifications are required, though the company adds booking fees to your price and is selective about who they approve.
Spires Tutoring is a teacher marketplace supporting students of all ages in 100+ subjects. They hire 1v1 online tutors with degrees and 2+ years of experience from dozens of countries. Hours and pay are decided by tutors, though platform fees of up to 35% are deducted, and students are bid for through blind auction.
Flalingo is an online ESL company that hires Native and Near-Native English Speakers to teach adults and children 1v1. Pay is $3.50-$5 per 25min class (double for 50mins), and you must have a degree, TEFL/TESOL, and English teaching experience. Bookings are not guaranteed, however, and there are few tutor reports yet.
Tutoroo is a teacher marketplace offering 1v1 instruction in most languages, both online and in 200+ global cities. No qualifications or experience are required, while hours and pay are set by the tutor (from $10/hr). However, you must teach the first 2 weeks for free, and there are many complaints of unpaid fees.
Learnmate is an Australian teacher marketplace that hires tutors for 110+ subjects. Applications are easy, classes are 1v1 with children or adults, and teachers decide their pay (minimum $30/hour) and schedule so long as they commit to 3+ hours a week. However, there are payment fees and a commission of 23-30%.
LiveXP is an online marketplace for language teachers. Lessons are 1v1. No qualifications are required, sign up is simple with no interview/demo, hours are flexible, and there’s no tutor commission fee. Pay is $10-15 an hour, though finding English students is competitive, and several teachers report bad experiences.
Classgap is an online teacher marketplace where anyone can tutor 1v1 in 100+ subjects. The application is easy, there are no qualification, location or nationality requirements, and tutors decide their hours, what to charge and how to teach, however, there is a commission fee of 10-20% and students are hard to attract.
First Tutors offers 1v1 online and in-person tuition for multiple subjects and levels in the UK, South Africa, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. No specific qualifications or experience are required, and tutors have almost total freedom over how they teach and are paid, though bookings can be hard to come by.
Allschool is a teacher marketplace hiring Native English Speakers to deliver personalized classes to children internationally. No formal qualifications are required, though teaching experience in your subject is recommended. Teachers can set their own pay rate, class length, and there are no minimum hours required.
Tutor Hunt is a well-established and rated UK teacher marketplace. No qualifications are required to join, though they are recommended to gain more exposure and interest from potential students. Tutors set their own pay rate, £15-35 being the recommended range, however, Tutor Hunt charges a commission fee of 20-25%.
Superprof is a teacher marketplace offering online and in-person 1v1 tuition in over 1,000 subjects and 40+ countries. Requirements to join are minimal and the application process is simple, though there is a processing fee for platform payments and high competition for classes, with many more tutors than students.
Apprentus is a teacher marketplace that allows anyone to list their classes, with no formal requirements or application process. No commission is deducted from tutors, who decide their own pay rate, schedule, class length (between 30-120 minutes), lesson design and materials, and whether to teach online or in-person.
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.
Tutorful is a well-rated UK teacher marketplace that offers 1v1 and group classes for adults and children. No qualifications are required, though you must have 2 years of tutoring experience to apply. Most tutors charge £15-35 an hour, though Tutorful deducts 20-25% of this as a platform fee.
Wyzant is a teacher marketplace that hires US residents to tutor children and adults in 300+ subjects. Most charge $35-63 an hour, no formal qualifications or interview are required, payouts are prompt, and there is a lot of independence, however, a 25% commission is charged and bookings can take time and effort.
HeyTutor hires US residents who have attended university to teach 250+ K-12, college and professional subjects. The application and interview is quick, teachers decide their schedule and rate, and payments are daily. There is more demand for in-person tutoring than online and bookings vary between subjects and seasons.
Cafetalk is a teacher marketplace where almost any subject can be offered to Japanese (mostly adult) students. You must be a Native speaker in the language of instruction with a degree. Classes are 1v1, you decide the length and price, though Cafetalk retains a 15-40% commission and gaining bookings can be challenging.
italki is one of the largest teacher marketplaces, with 5 million adult and child students from 100+ countries. It hires Near-Native Speakers in 150+ languages with no qualifications, charging a flat 15% commission with 0% on trials. The application process is quick and easy, though there is competition for bookings.
Preply is a teacher marketplace delivering c.100 subjects online to adult and child students 1v1 or in groups. No specific qualifications are required, and the average pay range is $10-38.90 an hour. However, trial lessons are unpaid, commission rates start at 33%, and it takes effort to acquire students.
Outschool is a teacher marketplace hiring residents of the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, England or Wales to teach children online. Teacher satisfaction is good, no formal qualifications are required, and almost any subject can be taught, though securing bookings for more generic courses can be challenging.
Verbling is a US-based teacher marketplace offering over 80 languages to adult learners. They hire experienced Native and Non-Native Speakers without a degree or teaching certificate and have a low commission rate of 15%, though applicants are currently limited and there is growing discontent at company culture.
AmazingTalker is an online teacher marketplace from Taiwan offering 104 language specialisms to students globally of all ages. The average pay is $15-28 an hour though varies widely, and they hire anyone fluent in English with experience. Bookings can be challenging, however, and there are hefty fees of up to 38%.
SkimaTalk is an online teacher marketplace serving adult Japanese and South Korean students. They hire Native Speakers to teach 25-minute ESL classes and pay $12.80+ an hour (after a 20% commission). No degree or teaching certificate is required, but you must be willing to teach 3 free classes.
Hallo is an online teacher marketplace based in the US, specializing in ESL lessons for adults internationally. No degree is required, they hire Native Speakers on $7.20-18 per hour (after commission), have a low threshold for weekly payouts, and provide curricula, though you must market yourself to attract students.