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I originally published this list in late 2018 (original post here), so it’s certainly time for a 2019 update. Please be aware that this list is by no means complete, but it will give you a great starting point for exploring online ESL teaching job opportunities. I’ll be continuing to add to the list throughout the year and will re-post it periodically with updates for you (and all company links are included over in the Jobs Hub too, of course).
Please do be aware that just because I have listed a company below, does not mean that I personally endorse it. All of the companies listed below are ones that are, to the best on my knowledge, legitimate companies offering legitimate work opportunities (knowledge gained from feedback and word of mouth shared amongst the active online ESL teacher community, and/or researching online reviews). It is, of course, up to you to thoroughly research any company you’re interested in working with, to make sure it’s the right opportunity for you. Also, please note that it is my understanding that all of the companies I have listed below are currently accepting applications, but individual companies’ hiring habits are, of course, unpredictable and subject to change.
Now, without further ado and in no particular order, the list of online ESL companies that hire Australian teachers:
SayABC: learn more about SayABC here.
DaDa: learn more about DaDa here.
iTutorGroup: learn more about iTutorGroup here.
ALO7: Learn more about ALO7 here.
Palfish: Learn more about Palfish here.
Whales English: Learn more about Whales English here.
That’s it for now. There are one or two more companies that I am waiting to hear back a little more info from before I include them on this list, so be sure to check back regularly for updates.
Happy job hunting!!