Here are some other online ESL companies to round out the list. Take a look through these as there are some with decent pay and can be fun companies to work for.
The list below is sorted by the highest to lowest rated. Click on the image of the school to read the full review, find out where to apply, and read the requirements. You can use the filters and search function as well to help narrow down your choice.
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Review: Topica Native is based out of Vietnam. They claim to have “over 50,000 students from Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam”. They hire non-native teachers with a preference for teachers from the Philippines. The pay rate starts at $8.50 and can go up to $16. They guarantee 20 hours a month and more if you are good and available. They also require a one year contract. The working time spans 16 classes each day, which last from 8AM to 11PM (GMT+7) and are 45 minutes per class. The students are university students and working professionals who have a need to learn conversational English. TOPICA emails lesson plans to you so there is no need to create your own and there is little preparation.
VivaLing is out of Singapore and they are seeking teachers that are native or near-native level coaches of English, Mandarin, Spanish, French, or German. They have a wide range of pay from $13-38 depending on the language you are teaching and other factors. The children are aged 3-15 and are from all around the world. They also have a lot of fantastic reviews from parents that you can read about here. Note: This school no longer requires you to pay for your training. This was a sticky point in the past that has now been removed.
Review: English Gang hires native English speaker from either the USA, Canada, UK, Australia or New Zealand to apply. If you are fed up with teaching Chinese children you might want to take a nice break and start teaching Thai children through English Gang. They do state that they will take non-natives with a neutral accent and a strong background in teaching children. A four-year degree is also required but you’re not required to have any sort of teaching certificate such as a TEFL. Thier peak times are Monday-Friday 4-10pm, and Saturday-Sunday 8am–10pm, Thailand time. The pay rate is $10.00–$15.00 per hour With the minimum requirement of five hours a week. According to them, 10% of the top teachers average 38.5 hours per week.
Review: Bright Learning hires native English speakers. They do not require a degree or teaching certificates to apply for this job. You will be teaching both kids and adults learners from $12 per hour with additional monthly bonuses. They have students from many different timezones so you will be able to pick up classes throughout the day and night. Teachers should have a minimum bandwidth of 2.0Mbps up 4.0Mbps down. They are highly active on their Facebook page with posts on a weekly basis. If you are interested and want to apply with Bright Learning then email your resume and a short video introduction to [email protected]
Review: Kampus World teaches business English one on one and in group classes. You need three years of teaching adults, be a native English teacher, and have an engineering, medicine, hospitality or another professional background.
Review: HiTutor is a Taiwanese company looking for native and non-native online ESL teachers with at least one and a half years teaching experience. You should also have a diploma or above in related fields such as English, Language, Linguistic, or Education. Teachers who have a teaching certificate such as TESL, TESOL, TEFL, TKT are preferred. For Filipino teachers, they have a Facebook page where you can keep up with the latest recruitment days that they have in their office at the Ortigas Center in Pasig City.
Review: Langland Language has one on one and group lessons of up to six people. You will need to be a native English teacher to apply with this online English school located in Uruguay. Send your resume and introduction video to [email protected]
Review: eTeacher Group extends worldwide. They hire teachers for various smaller companies and online schools. They pay very well and it is a company that you should send your resume to. The main people running the company are from Isreal so they run a very professional company.
Review: English Up is a highly professional school out of Brazil that is part of Macmillan. You do not have to be a native teacher to apply, but you need to have a TEFL certificate or higher. Having experience teaching already will help as well. Lesson are one-on-one with adults at a rate of $9 per hour.
Review: Tangent Training is out of Thailand and typically is looking for teachers from the US. They hire from time to time and your best bet is to check out their Facebook page for any new postings. They stated on their FB page that they will have a hiring drive in 2018. They pay up to $18 per hour after the probationary period and training. They do require that you commit to one of their semesters that appear to last 14 weeks. You will be teaching children aged 5-12 in one-on-one and group classes. Again, please do check their Facebook page for any recent openings.