Get Hired To Teach English Online & Abroad

TEFL qualification? Check. Teaching English is one of the best paid online jobs that you can do from anywhere and among the fastest-growing careers for remote workers. There’s a particular need for online TEFL teachers and English teachers abroad; in particular there is a massive demand for English language learning in Asia, especially in China, Japan, and South Korea.

You’ll be able to earn an income while building your experience interacting with international students and maintaining the flexibility of travel or an online TEFL job.Now it’s time to help you find the perfect teaching job. Whether you plan to teach online or abroad (or both), we have the best opportunities in the TEFL industry. All that’s missing, is YOU. Find your dream job, apply today.

TEFL/TESOL Careers

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Teach Online English Classes to Latino Adults...

LatinHire

Part Time

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Preply Online teacher

Preply

Online

Part Time

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Online ESL Teacher

Qkids

8 - 10 USD/hour

Full Time

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Native English Teacher Position for Kindergarten in...

Seoul

8 - 10 USD/hour

TBC

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ESL teacher in BRAZIL

LANGUAGE & CULTURE AT S&K

Brazil

8 - 10 USD/hour

Full Time

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Teach English in Japan

TravelBud

Japan

8 - 10 USD/hour

Full Time

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Teach English in Thailand

TravelBud

Thailand

8 - 10 USD/hour

Freelance

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Online English Teacher

Magic Ears

Online

17 - 26 USD/hour

Your Online Teaching Experience

In a Nutshell

Working Hours

The hours you could be expected to work play an important part in your decision. If you work in a classroom, your working days will be determined by the school’s term hours (typically Monday to Friday between 7.30 am and 3.30 pm). Or, in the case of private language schools, classroom hours could be all year round and include evenings. As an online teacher, you will have more flexibility over your schedule, but you’ll have to factor in time zones if you teach students in a different country to where you live.

Class Size

Teaching English in a classroom means you could be teaching class sizes of 12 students up to 50, whereas online classes are usually one-on-one or with a handful of students. In both cases, classroom sizes will depend on the school and what country you are teaching in. But it’s important to think about what class size you’d prefer and feel most comfortable teaching in when deciding whether to teach online or in class.

Your Expert TEFL Recruitment Team

Becky
Operations Manager

As a well-travelled professional, Becky started out as an enrollment officer, and then moved onto becoming a Partners Specialist. Now as head of operations, she has a wide range of knowledge for all departments which is why she is perfect for overseeing all the day-to-day operations.

Kate
Online Teaching Expert

Having a Bachelor’s of Education, a CELTA and a Level 5 TEFL, Kate’s resume and teaching experience would shock you. She’s taught in over 23 different countries and knows exactly what employers look for. She runs our 10 hour Methodologies course as well as helping Rachel with our students queries. All reviews have nothing but great things to say about her class and ongoing support.

Jacob
TEFL Academic

Jacob sure has a lot on his shoulders daily as he runs our academic team, ensuring the highest quality courses and grades. He is dedicated to giving the students the best possible education. Jacob is constantly growing our courses and in contact with our accrediting bodies to ensure that our certificate holds an outstanding merit among the TEFL community.

Teaching English Online Salary Calculator

There is much information out there about the world of TEFL, mostly with conflicting answers. We have answered all of the frequent questions we are asked including questions on our programs, as well as this, we have tried to simplify and bring clarity to the different types of

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