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- "scedule is flexible and you can work from home" (in 762 reviews)
- "The pay is good and it doesn't require me to do any extra work outside of the classroom." (in 660 reviews)
- "The hours are flexible and you are able to tailor availability to fit your schedule." (in 385 reviews)
- "Flexible and easy to create your own schedule." (in 351 reviews)
- "If you're willing to work and not complain then you'll make good money and like the company" (in 118 reviews)
- "Contract work so no benefits and you must cover all of your Social Security taxes." (in 148 reviews)
- "Recent pay cut affecting most veteran teachers who now feel they have no value to the company." (in 143 reviews)
- "And sometimes it is still difficult to count on as many classes as I want." (in 134 reviews)
- "poor communication between the company and contractors" (in 63 reviews)
- "Bad management." (in 27 reviews)
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- 5.0Dec 7, 2018Anonymous FreelancerCurrent Freelancer
It is a great job that has so many benefits including meeting children across the world.
Due to different timezones, working hours can sometimes be difficultVIPKid Response5y
You’re pretty awesome too. Thanks!
- 2.0Jul 14, 2023Online ESL TeacherFormer Contractor, more than 1 yearAlbuquerque, NM
Flexible Schedule when the company actually had students
Company was gutted in 2021 when China stopped allowing online classes for mainland students. Even then it was a gig economy job that had no benefits and you are utterly replaceable. Pay used to be ok until the company all but folded. Got me through the pandemic, but pretty cruel that the Chinese government killed this whole industry with a stroke of a pen in the middle of the pandemic.