Online Tutoring & Teaching Jobs

Tutoring and teaching online are great ways to make money from home. It allows you to do very rewarding work from the comforts of your home. There are a wide variety of tutoring & teaching jobs that you can apply for ranging from K-12 tutoring, teaching a foreign language, and all the way up to teaching/tutoring at a college level.

A lot of these positions have varying levels of qualifications, obviously the more difficult the grade and subject level is the more qualified you need to be.

However, there are some general requirements that you should be able to meet prior to applying for online tutoring/teaching positions.

  • You should be well versed in the subject you plan on tutoring/teaching
  • Have the ability to clearly and effectively communicate concepts to people of all ages
  • Some online education companies require a college degree but some accept applicants upon the completion of an exam.
  • You also need a computer that is able to handle online tutoring/teaching software and must have a high speed internet connection.

Online educators can earn a great part time income and the more hours you are able to put in the more you will make. This is why it helps to be able to teach or help out with a variety of subjects as you’ll get more work.

At some companies the more qualified employees tend to get more work but that is not an industry standard and if you prove yourself competent and generate positive feedback from your students you shouldn’t have any problems getting more hours.

Below you will find a list of Legitimate Online Tutoring & Teaching Jobs:




Tutoring & Teaching Jobs – K-12 & Adult Education

Bilingual Tutoring & Teaching Jobs




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  • Great job, Reviewopedia! This is an excellent article, though I'd love it if you guys at Reviewopedia could hire someone to go through your links every 6 months or so to update and confirm that they still are what you said they were when you wrote the article (and I mean all articles, since I see that many are a few years old). I've read several of your articles, and the reviews, and the comments. This is the first one that everyone seemed to miss the point and start posting their qualifications as though Revioewopedia were actually a hiring or placement firm! Come on, people! READ!!! If you can't read and comprehend, you sure as h$#* can't teach! The links provided are where you should be directing all this energy. Somehow, I see you guys out there trashing Reviewopedia because they haven't sent you any job leads. Again, NOT THEIR JOB.
  • My name is Gordon Reed and I am a college educated,state licensed professional educator having taught high school general, college prep and advanced biology for eight years. I was assistant to the chairman of the science department in charge of over-seeing the biology teacher staff. During that time I trained four student teachers abd earned my Master's degree through a Science Foundation grant. Following my secondary teaching career I entered National University of Life Sciences and, after five years of training, graduated with with Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine degree. My total professional education and training has provided me with a BS in Biological Sciences, an MS in Microbiology a second BS in Human Anatomy and Physiology and my Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine degree. After 38 years of practice I am currently retired and miss working. I wish to return to teaching biology on a high school or college freshman level. Kindly contact me if you are an on-line secondary school, college or tutoring company in search of professional tutors. Thank you.
    • You've got a great resume, but indicate a bit of a misunderstanding about the purpose of this site. This is a site to educate job seekers, NOT one surfed by potential employers looking for the perfect hire. You will do better to post that resume with one of the links above. Here, you are another one of a million jobless folks looking for a way to make an honest living. You are welcome, but we are not your target audience! Hope you do well once you get pointed in the right direction. Best of luck!
  • I have been teaching for 24 years in the public school system. I retired 6 years ago. I taught primarily Math and Science. I do not like retirement and want to work. Help.
  • I am a license English Teacher and an ESL online teacher since 2011. I have guided Japanese, Koreans and Chinese students and professionals in their practice for IELTS, TOEFL, and conversational English lessons. I believe that a teacher with neutral accent is the most appropriate person to teach or guide the non-native speakers especially those at the beginning stage. Communication is self expression thus the ultimate goal should be to be understood when speaking. I have realized this when my students would always thank me that they are able to speak English naturally and with confidence. Give yourself a try! My Skype address is Jamie541608, see you!!!
  • Rashmi, says: I am a graduate CBZ. I have 1 year of teaching experience for high school students,fluency in English &good communication skills.
  • My name is EDWARD DINKLER, AND I taught I-CAR FOR OVER 26 YEARS WITH ABOUT 63 SUBJECTS WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS.I have now completed a training program for PRECISION WHEEL ALIGNMENT--TO PREPARE THE VEHICLE FOR THE CALIBRATION PROCESS WHICH IS NECESSARY BEFORE THE VEHICLE LEAVES THE REPAIR FACILITY. At present, none of this is being done and it leads to vehicles back on the road in danger of an accident. IF THE VEHICLE IS PROPERLY ALIGNED AND ALL SENSORS CALIBRATED, THE SAFETY SYSTEMS ON THE VEHICLES WOULD PREVENT MANY, MANY ACCIDENTS. This program is approved by the VA for veterans returning home and searching for employment. I feel most of this program can be taught on line. I OWN THE PROPS THAT MUST BE USED FOR THE CALIBRATIONS--WHICH I HAVE NEVER SEEN IN A REPAIR FACILITY.
    • Lol, wheel alignment means, at the very most, uneven tyre wear. Nobody's going to crash because of poor wheel alignment. Also what is the point in your comment? Do you want our praise, or are you offering something? All we know is your name.
  • Hello! My name is Gwen, and I love to teach. My career as a teacher started with me home-schooling my own children. I went to college three times, and I have earned over thirty teaching or tutoring certificates. My last public tutoring job was for two years in Dallas, Tx from June 2006 to June 2008.Since then, I have done some private tutoring, as I am from a very small town, there is not much need for tutors. I was tutoring students from subjects of phoneme awareness, all the way up to algebra 2, The study field was helping adults to get their G.E.D. I was successful in helping over thirty students with one-on-one tutoring, to obtain their G.E.D's . I have mastered the english language, and math up to algebra 1 , and also reading comprehention 1,2, &3! I am very interested in trying the online teaching/tutoring jobs. Thank you for your time, and the consideration of my employment. sincerely, Gwen Pevehouse
  • I have an undergraduate Degree in Construction Engineering, and a masters in Construction Management, I have been a lecturer at the university of Technology, Jamaica, since 2008. My areas includes, Building Services, Material Science and Project Managment. I am looking for extra income. I hope someone on this website can help. Thank you in advance.
  • I can teach hindi and english language. I can also teach mathematics to school kids (all grades) since I have done undergraduation in Engineering and now pursuing MBA. So I want to utilize my time in earning money from home during my holidays.
  • i have a master degree in maths.i have a good experiance of teaching on hiegh school level iam working at engineering college at physics lab. i want to teach up to twelth with maths
    • Uhhh, Mark... "English and spelling" are plural and Frank used "don't" correctly,... if he had only used one subject in his sentence (either 'English' OR 'spelling') then 'doesn't' would have been correct. Actually, Frank, you seem to have the grammar problem. You should have typed "You're correct Frank. However, you should have used..." The first word in your comment should be "You're", not "Your"... a common mistake.
    • Your correct Frank, However you should have used doesn't rather than don't.
    • Your English and spelling don't seem too good though!
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