m2r Education is a well-regarded UK-based recruitment company that hires teachers/tutors for online and face-to-face roles globally. They currently pay $14-15/hr for 1v1 and small classes with children, and want Native/C1/IELTS 8.5 English Speakers with degrees, teaching certificates, and experience.
Woospeak is a well-established France-based language training provider for adult professionals. They pay English and German Native Speakers €17-25 an hour to conduct 1v1 classes between 9am-6pm CET, but you must have a fast internet connection and 1-2 years of professional training experience.
Enlego is an Estonia-based ESL company hiring Native English Speakers to teach European adults and children 1v1 online. They pay €9/hr and want 1 year of teaching experience. 20-50min classes cover exam prep, children’s, conversational and business English, though they only offer a small number of students currently.
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.
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.
VIPLearn is an online marketplace allowing Native and Non-Native English speakers anywhere to set their hours and rates (minus a 15% commission). You must have a degree and language certification to teach 1v1 classes for 30-60mins to all levels/ages, though student numbers are questionable and teacher reviews are few.
TestMasters is a North American test prep and admissions consulting company that provides 1v1 tutoring and taught group classes, online and in-person. They pay $60-$100/hr but are very selective, requiring test scores in the 98th percentile and 100 hours of rigorous training, while hours can be inconsistent.
Altius Test Prep is an online and in-person tutoring company that mentors students for their MCAT exams. To be hired you must have scored well in the Test, and be willing to work a minimum of 10-15 hours a week. Pay is $30+/hr with potential bonuses, though management attracts negative reviews from tutors.
Best Brains learning centers tutor groups of 1-5 children aged 3-14 years. They hire experienced graders and teachers from the US and Canada, paying $8.31-$30/hr depending on location and position. Certifications/degrees are not always required. Hours are mostly after school part-time, but remote positions are fewer.
Prep Expert provides online admissions consulting, test prep and academic tutoring to US students. They pay $30/hr and require experience, a Bachelor’s degree (or enrolled), and a 99th-percentile score. Most positions are part-time (2-20 hours a week), classes last 3 hours, and hiring is selective.
Applerouth provides online and at-home tutoring and test prep for K-12 students. They hire US educators with high SAT/ACT scores, other qualifications aren’t required though experience and the ability to tutor in-person is preferred. The pay starts at $20-30/hr, though some duties are uncompensated.
StudyPoint and PrepNow offer in-home and online tutoring respectively. US-based tutors are paid $15-$23/hr to deliver 1v1 support in K-12 subjects, test prep and admissions. A Bachelor’s degree, 2 years’ experience, and 6 weekly hours are required, though prep/admin is unpaid and student numbers are inconsistent.
PrepScholar hires remote, US-based test prep tutors, college admissions consultants and test content creators. The company pays $30-$50 an hour, and is highly selective in who it recruits, wanting candidates from top US colleges with a 99%ile SAT/ACT score, who can commit to 15+ hours a week.
Revolution Prep is a US online tutoring and test prep company for students from Kindergarten to College level. Classes are 1v1 or groups up to 8. They hire graduates on $25-$40 an hour, with performance-based bonuses and benefits. Full-time hours are expected but not guaranteed, with prime times limiting flexibility.
Think Academy provides online teaching in math and science to children in several countries. They pay $60-$120 for classes of 8-30 students lasting between 45-150 minutes. A Bachelor’s degree is required, you must commit to afterschool hours/weekends for a semester, and the interview is rigorous with only 4% succesful.
Alchemy Tuition provides 1v1 online and in-person tutoring to K-12 students. No qualifications or experience are needed, and they pay $30-50/hr promptly. However, you must commit to 4-10 students a week for 6 months, prep and feedback time is unpaid, and you won’t be paid if you make a bad impression with a new client.
Tutor.com is an online provider of live and asychronous 1v1 tutoring, homework help and test prep. They hire US-based graduates/students who receive $10-$23, varying across 250+ subjects. Waiting time is paid, and extra sessions can be picked up, but you must pass proficiency exams and commit to 5+ hours a week.
iTutor (not iTutorGroup) hires US-certified online teachers for both daytime class instruction and afterschool 1v1 tutoring in most school subjects. A US university Bachelor’s degree is required and the pay ranges between $28-35. There is no interview to pass, only a recorded demo, but bookings can be inconsistent.
Brainfuse offers tutoring and academic help in many subjects to American school and college students. Tutor pay depends on the subject (usually $12-17), and you must be a US resident with a degree and experience. Hours are flexible, but bookings are challenging, and many tutors feel unsupported.
The Sunshine Method hires US-based tutors as academic mentors for vulnerable K-12 children. Tutoring sessions last 90-120mins, are online or in-home, with $15-$20 an hour pay. 2 years’ experience and a 6-month commitment is required, and while tutor satisfaction is high, bookings are not guaranteed.
Club Z! offers reputable in-home and online tutoring to children and adults across North America. Tutors must reside in the US or Canada, have completed a 4-year degree and possess 1 year of experience. Pay varies depending on location and age, hours are part-time and variable, and hiring is only done to meet demand.
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.
TutorMe is a US-based online tutoring company hiring university students/graduates to teach 300+ subjects. They are well reviewed, pay $16 an hour with weekly payments, and the application is simple with no interview or demo, though they only accept 4% of applicants, and lessons are often ‘first come, first served’.
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.
US-based Varsity Tutors hires North American graduates to provide tutoring for school children, college students and professionals. Applications are quick. Most teachers receive $15 an hour, and while some subjects, groups and short-notice classes pay more, lessons are long and the company retains a high profit margin.
NovaStar Prep is a US company hiring American teachers with degrees to tutor Elementary to College-level students 1v1 online. They pay $25-35 per hour, with high teacher satisfaction, though hiring can be selective and most hours are after school.