Education is changing, more and more students learn their courses online.
That’s an excellent opportunity to find online tutoring jobs.
Tutors are hired to help with homework and test preparation. It is an interesting and rewarding job.
Online tutors usually need a minimum of a high school diploma, though a college degree or a teaching license might be required, depending on the employer.
Online tutors earn between $10 to $40 per hour. The salary mostly depends on the subject taught (calculus, biology, and computer science pay the most) and your experience.
Without further ado, here is a list of websites that hire online tutors.
1. Chegg Tutors
Chegg Tutors is the most popular tutoring platform.
You can get hired to help a student prepare for a test or review homework.
But, be warned: Chegg has a ranking of the best tutors. So, it’s pretty hard to land tutoring jobs in the beginning. But once you have built a strong reputation, you’ll get a lot of tutoring opportunities!
Tutors need to hold a bachelor’s degree.
You may also be required to complete a test depending on the subject you are teaching.
Studypool is a micro tutoring platform; it allows you to bid on questions submitted by students.
When choosing a tutor, students compare reviews, statistics, and profiles. In short, it’s easier to land jobs if you hold degrees such as bachelor’s, Master’s, and Ph.D.
Anyone can bid on any questions. If a student thinks you’re the right tutor, you get the job!
Preply is a platform where you can teach 1-on-1 online lessons!
There are over 100 subjects that you can teach on Preply, including languages, school and university subjects, hobbies and art.
Teaching experience is recommended and will increase your chances of attracting students, but if you are simply passionate about teaching, you can still sign up as a tutor on Preply.
On Cambly, you help people around the world build their English language skills in 1-on-1 lessons.
You might chat with a university student from Brazil, a marketing professional from Japan, or an English enthusiast from Turkey all in one day. You’ll be amazed by how much you learn about other cultures and places too!
No teaching certificate, bachelor’s degree, or prior teaching experience needed.
Wyzant is a platform where students can learn with 1-on-1 online lessons!
These lessons take place in an interactive, digital classroom. Wyzant’s Online Learning Tool provides real-time video chat and an interactive whiteboard for uploading documents, plotting functions, or working out equations.
TutorMe is an online education website where students can learn with online courses.
They also hire tutors to teach statistics, computer science, physics, chemistry, etc.
You are required to be enrolled in (or have graduated) from an accredited university.
Tutor.com is the oldest tutoring platform.
They have hired tutors for 1:1 online tutoring jobs since 2001.
Whether you are a jack-of-all-trades in mathematical disciplines, a specialist focused on college-level physics, or a whiz in the humanities, Tutor.com has the subjects for you!
Tutor.com requires that you live in the U.S. or Canada and are enrolled in an accredited U.S. or Canadian college. You also need to be available for a minimum of 5 hours per week.
8. School Solver
School Solver is a marketplace for school projects, assignments, and homework.
When asking a question, students assign how much they are willing to pay to get an answer. You will get paid each time a student gets access to your answers.
24 hours answers is a website dedicated to college homework help. Their services include online tutoring, homework assistance, and a library of academic solutions.
As a tutor, you need to estimate how long it will take to complete the work submitted. Then pricing can be discussed freely with the students.
They have rather strict requirements:
- Hold at least a bachelor’s degree.
- English proficiency, both written and spoken.