Nicetalk.com is Internationally Hiring Stay-at-Home Tutors
Tutoring has always been a great way to earn extra money for students, teachers and people, who have not only excelled in their college classes but also are great at their current jobs and can benefit from helping out struggling students.
It’s no big secret that finding a good language tutor abroad is not an easy task but modern technology and world wide web have made this processed easier by providing opportunities for distance learning and tutoring over the camera/microphone. Nicetalk.com is a company, which developed an application, which made this learning technique possible.
What is Nicetalk.com?
Nicetalk is using their tools and business skills to make language learning abroad simpler for the students. Their mobile application connects language teachers and fluent native speakers with students around the globe, who prefer learning language with native speakers.
At the moment Nicetalk.com is looking to extend their team of tutors, so we get a change to apply and earn extra money from home.
If you are interested in the opportunity, please refer to this page: http://www.nicetalk.com/index.php?m=home&c=index&a=teacher
The company tries to attract as many qualified workers as possible at the moment and encourages them to stay by giving a 10 dollar signing up bonus (which puts you 50% closer to the minimum payout threshold). Tutors earn approximately $10 per hour but the system calculates the earning in minute basis.
The main requirements include proof of language proficiency (available certificates) and teaching experience is preferred but not required. But before applying for the tutoring position, you might want to check the technical requirements too.
Online tutoring jobs are a great for stay at home teachers and if you weren’t somehow accepted to work with Nicetalk.com you might want to take a look at these alternatives: Cambly.com, WeTutorEnglish.com, Ispeakuspeak.com, Prepnow.com, Slader.com.
Nicetalk.com looks like an interesting employer and earning opportunity. We haven’t found any negative reviews of the application but would like to hear about your experiences with them.