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Are you looking for extra income ideas for teachers?
I love teachers! I am a teacher…not at a school anymore, but I will always be a teacher at heart. Teachers are everyday heroes to our kids, families, and community!
While many people think teachers get paid to have summers off, (I hear your collective teacher groan) I know that teachers are paid for 10 months of work. It can be hard to save, budget, and find financial freedom on a teacher’s salary.
When I decided to stay home with my kids I looked everywhere for part-time or flexible jobs to do from home and on the side. I am sharing some great opportunities for teachers to use their education and skills outside the classroom so that they can earn extra income or choose to work from home!
Teachers Pay Teachers – The first marketplace for teachers to sell their original ideas. Teacher earnings are paid monthly via Paypal. You are paid 60% of your sales price if you are a basic member and 85% if you are a premium member ($59.95 yearly fee). TpT claims their highest earner has made over $2 million and many have made $50,000+. Even if you are making a few hundred a month this would be a great way to create passive income!
The Teachers Vault – This is a newer marketplace for teachers to sell their original ideas. Teacher earnings are paid monthly via Paypal. This is not a membership site and you earn 60% of downloadable projects and 85% of shippable products.
Udemy – Create a course on Udemy and keep 50% of the sale from each enrollee to your course. You can price your course between $20 – $200 per course. Courses are typically between 1 – 3 hours long.
Skillshare – Create a course on Skillshare and earn $1 – $2 per enrollee. You can also earn $10 for premium referrals to Skillshare. Once you have your course set up you will be able to earn passive income!
This is becoming a very high need area in foreign countries. You can get paid to teach English to students of all ages through online classroom formats.
Tutlo – Tutlo is an app you can use to teach ESL. Tutlo pays $11 per hour of class time and you will be paid via Paypal. This is a very flexible position.
VIP Kid – Teach ESL in online classroom setting. Candidates are required to have a bachelor’s degree. The hiring process is 12 days before becoming an active teacher. There is a commitment to 20 hours per week. Pay is $14 – 22 per hour.
51 Talk – Specializes in teaching English to Chinese students. Pay $16 – 22 per hour (according to website) paid monthly.
GoFluent – Get paid to tutor students in ESL for a corporate or business setting. There is a minimum of 20 hour commitment. Pay is not disclosed, but appears to be within the range of similar companies.
ISUS – this is an online ESL position. Pay is monthly. You can work in positions of teaching/coaching or conversation.
Study pool – Answer homework questions and assignments posted by students. You bid on questions and if your bid is accepted then you will keep between 70 – 90% of the bid. Studypool keeps 10 – 30% for their marketing and platform service. The best part about Studypool is that it is very flexible. You log in when ever you want, but you do have to follow deadlines for your responses.
Elevate K-12 – Online instructor for grades K – 12. Student ratio is 1:1. Flexible hours between the hours of 8 am – 6 pm and work is all online. Pay is $12 per hour.
Brainfuse – Tutor students online. Very flexible schedule. You select the times you are available and Brainfuse will match you with students during your hours. The application process is a little intense, you will need to send a resume and need to have a 4-year degree. Pay is $10 per hour. If a student doesn’t show up then you are paid $7.
K12 Schools – This is a full-time position working as an online teacher through the virtual school. You must be living in the state that you are teaching from. The pay is salary based on experience. You will have a large number of students you work with on a daily basis. Training is provided and compensated. They also provide curriculum and computer hardware/software.
Literably – Score students reading accuracy against reading material. Pay is $10 per hour via Paypal.
ETS – Score student tests to a variety of different tests. You must become certified for each test and apply to each test. You may be required to have a teaching license or some college to be qualified for the position. Make sure you check out the qualifications for each testing position. Pay ranges from $10 – $20 per hour and paid via check twice a month.
Pearson – Score student tests. They have bilingual scoring options available as well. Pay is a flat rate of $10 per hour, but some projects pay more. Pearson offers health insurance for the whole family!
Up work is the number one freelance site that connects companies to freelance workers. There are occasionally part-time or temporary positions available to work as curriculum developers with start-up educational companies. Listed are some of the most recent jobs that I have seen in the area of education.
If you are looking for a way to branch out of education then consider taking online courses to help you become a Virtual Assistant, Freelance Writer, or start an Amazon FBA store. You can also join Skillshare and take courses that will help you land flexible online jobs in the fields of social media, content creation, marketing, photography, etc. Check out Skillshare and if you join with my code you will get your first 3 months for $0.99!
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