Online tutoring website jobs for Freelancers.

If you are a teacher or an expert in a particular subject or language and are looking for ways to supplement your income, you can use the following sites below to earn extra cash from tutoring services. Many of these tutoring jobs can be online or remotely. Tutors are needed for everything from teaching skills around IT to languages, including Mandarin, Spanish, and others.

As the job market continues to get more skills based, many people are looking for any sort of edge to help them to earn money and more skills for the workplace. This need is increasing the demand for tutors, and the websites listed below often have opportunities for those who want to tutor.

Find a tutoring job on these websites

There are several different websites out there. It is possible to look for a position as well as clients on one or more of the platforms. All of them provide the ability to tutor online.

Chegg.com - An educational platform for students that offers textbook rentals, coupons for college students, study help and online tutoring. As a teacher, educator or if you consider yourself an "expert" in a subject field, you can apply to be a tutor at Chegg.

You can work with middle and high school students, college and professionals. The starting rate for tutors at Chegg is $20+ an hour. Many tutors on Chegg earn over $1000 per month.

Chegg offers flexible tutoring opportunities and they assigned students to you. It is also an excellent platform to build your teaching portfolio and reputation. As a freelance tutor on Chegg, you can work from anywhere and get paid each week.

 

 

 

 

Peer to Peer tutoring services are offered at Tutorme. This websites would allow graduate students, higher skilled students, and of course teachers to tutor others. It is the peer to peer concept, so there may be a few more opportunities to get a job (or find a client) using Tutorme.

Tutor.com - This website is rated #1 on the internet for online tutoring services. They hire teachers, professors, Ph.D. students, adjuncts, or any industry professional who is passionate about their area of expertise to help students. You can offer tutoring services in subjects such as Math, Science, Humanities, Languages, and Test Preps. Tutor.com also has a Military Spouse Employment Partnership program, and they are committed to hiring military spouses.

Care.com is a website that offers a number of services. If you are a tutor, you can list yourself on it as well as your skill set. While the website is much more than “just” a tutoring service, it is an option for finding a job.

QKids is a service that connects English speaking tutors with foreign students (mostly Chinese) who are looking to either learn or improve English or gain other skills. There is a growing demand for qualified English speaking tutors from foreign countries, as the word becomes more on more flat more people want access to the American educational system. The working  hours are flexible and tutors can earn up to $20 per hour on this website.

Another option to connect with international students is ITutorGroup. This platform provides flexible hours, access to tens of thousands of foreign students (who are looking for tutors) and other benefits. In fact teaching students based overseas often allows even more flexibile work hours due to the time zone differences.

Tutorvista.com - An international tutoring service website that is great for school teachers retired professors and other professionals with Master's Degrees. Tutorvista offers an opportunity for educators to work from home and earn a salary by using your time and skills.

 

 

 

To become a freelance tutor on Tutorvista, you must be a graduate in your field, be able to work at least 4 hours per day and access to a computer and wifi. Tutorvista recruits tutors to cover from kindergarten to undergraduate level.

The demand for tutors in all subjects continues to increase. A number of online platforms allow you to work from home tutoring both students who are based here in the US or foreign students who are seeking to learn English or other skills that are available at US based schools.

 

By Jon McNamara

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