Top Websites for Teaching & Tutoring Job Seekers
If you are a qualified teacher, but currently unemployed due to personal reasons or a skilled housewife, retiree or person looking for means to earn money online by imparting real education to needful students, then online teaching jobs are what you need to look at. Sitting in the comfort of your home or made-up office space, you can help teach, tutor, prepare students for their tests, help with their homework or answer questions, based on the teaching website you register into.
To get started, all you need to have is an internet connection (in some cases a webcam or Skype type medium), be zealous and sincere enough to teach/tutor students in the time you have set for online teaching and in turn make money. A win-win situation for both teachers and students, an online teaching job with millions of students, thousands of courses and tutors involved enables the best travel-free education for both parties.
Below given is a list of some popular, exclusive and reliable online and remote teaching job portals I have come up with. Most of these websites offer part-time, freelance and full-time online teaching/tutoring job options. While most of the below mentioned sites are absolutely free of cost, some sites take a one–time fee when you register with your details. Look into each of these sites to know what meets your and their skills and requirements and then start applying.
- Aim-for-A Tutoring
- MyPrivateTutor (For Indians only)
While searching and researching about teaching jobs, I thought of making another small list and help interested job seekers in the educational section. You can click the below given links to find dedicated job portals for teachers and school staff. These exclusive sites bring along an array of job openings for teachers, tutors, trainers, administrative staff and other competent personnel who are looking out for jobs in the academic department. These work opportunities are mostly on-location, but worthy sites to upload your resumes and seek legit work to get paid.
Apart from the above lists, you can always search and apply for jobs in the very popular and general job seeking websites like Monster, Indeed, Careerbuilder and Linkedln (where you can look out for online as well as on-location job opportunities in the academic department).
PS: Hope the above sites are helpful and aid your aim to educate and earn money! Besides this, I would love if you leave some genuine names of online tutoring/teaching job portals or reviews about teaching websites you have or are working for in the comment section. This is for the sole purpose of helping teaching job seekers.
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