Remote Work

Hi dear friends! It’s been a while since I updated this space, but with the decline of the golden days of the ESL industry upon us, I thought it would help to create a one-stop resource for all the remote jobs I may have mentioned on my Instagram. This of course, is not a complete list, but may help give you an idea of where to start! I will try my best to include location information when possible and link what I can. Remember, with 7.9 billion people in the world, it’s fully possible to find a job for you!

Companies Hiring Remotely

This is by far not even a complete list, but maybe give you some ideas! These are just a few remote jobs I have come across. If you are overseas but are eligible to work in North America and still have a North American address and bank account, you may still be able to apply for some of these positions. Just let the companies know you are willing to work their hours, or you maybe be even more qualified because you can cover hours others can’t!

  • BookNook – You may have heard of this US. based e-learning company if you’re with VIPkid. They have a few positions they are hiring for, all remote, so give them a gander!
  • e-learning tutoring company. They have quite a few remote positions open both in the front as a tutor, or behind the scenes in customer service or admin.
  • eXp World Holdings – I don’t know too much about this one, but in the Female Digital Nomads Facebook group, a person who works for them says they are growing and constantly hiring for remote positions.

Remote Work Websites

The first three on the list are ones I have personally browsed.

  • Flexjobs– Worldwide. This is a paid website, but I think it has value as it’s user-friendly. You can narrow down listings by job category or region/country. If you do a google search for “flexjobs promo codes,” you can often find 50% off!
  • – Smaller, curated listings. Seems to be a lot of U.S.-based jobs.

The ones below are not ones that I have used personally, but have seen listed elsewhere, to the reliability of them, I can’t verify. But let me know if you find any gems on them!

  • Hire My Mom – Caters primarly towards work from home moms in the U.S. Some opportunities can be applies for at no cost, but some, similiar to flexjobs, requires you to pay a membership fee to, to see whom to contact.
  • Working Nomads
  • Authentic Jobs – “job board for designers, developers, and creative pros.

Side-Hustles for Your Side-Hustles

These are ones that you will not be quitting your job for but can help you get an extra dollar here and there when you have a moment to help out.

  • Telus Ai Worldwide, positions differ region-to-region. Although they do have positions that tote 20 hours per week, some of these pay net30, meaning it could be the following month or two until you get paid. Also, tasks available will depend on how many other people are working on it at the same time as you.
  • Appen Worldwide microtasks. Make sure to check in from time to time to see if any new projects have become available. Some can be done in person and some right from your phone.

I hope this list helps. Have you had success on any of these or are there any I should add to the list? Let me know!

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