Here's the information for the best online jobs in The Best TEFL Jobs in the World. I only have two employers for online jobs. If you know of any other good ones, please let me know by emailing me at email@example.com
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- IELTS Podcast: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org You must be an ex-IELTS Examiner, ex-British Council worker with a DELTA. Minimum of one hour a day, 5 days a week. You'll be correcting essays and responding to emails. Pay is about $30 an hour. In your cover letter please state previous IELTS experience and what IELTS stands for.
- Open English: They've been featured on CNN Espanol and have about $60million of funding 50,000+ students, and 500+ teachers. Starting salary is around $9 an hour, but you're able to get raises pretty quickly. They've been recommended by BadBeagleBad and Phil_K from ELT World.
- Online TOEFL Writing for Peruvian students: They need people to help prep students for TOEFL and Cambridge exams. You need to teach students, encourage discussion, as well as read a couple of ELT articles a month. They pay $15-25 an hour. To apply, please send us your CV to email@example.com
- Storivers: They need teachers for English, Chinese, and Japanese. You'll get paid 15,000-18,000 KRW for every 30 minute class. You must have a BA, be a native speaker, have a computer with webcam and fast internet, and be legal to work in Korea. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org
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