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Work From Home Teaching English With SayABC (Earn up to $21 Per Hour)

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Looking to work from home?

Head over to SayABC.com where they are currently hiring teachers who love working with kids, are passionate & enthusiastic, and are motivated to work!

What is SayABC?

SayABC provides an international learning experience in China’s 5-12 year old children. The company is headquartered in Beijing, China and uses Our World’s student materials which bring together fun and fascinating information about the real world, supported by stunning National Geographic images and specially-created videos to motivate and enable young learners to learn English.

What are the perks of working for SayABC?

You can work a flexible schedule!

Classes run for 40 minutes and are scheduled seven days a week. There are set times, however you can pick which one you wish to teach. Plus, there are times available in the mornings and evenings!

No Education Degree is Needed!

You don’t need a degree in Education to be a SayABC teacher! All you need is a bachelor’s degree in ANY field AND one school-year of traditional teaching experience. Although it is not required, if you do have relevant teaching certificates such as TEFL or TESOL, those are preferred. Plus, if you don’t have a Bachelor’s degree but ARE going to school for an Education Degree, you may still qualify!

No lesson plans!

SayABC’s interactive teaching platform includes everything you need. They have an exclusive partnership with National Geographic’s ‘Our World’ and provide everything you need to make lessons both engaging and fun. This includes teachers notes, teacher tools and reward and feedback cards. Lessons can be previewed before the class to help you prepare.

Earn up to $21 and work from home!

Qualified teachers will teach English to young students online and will make between $15-$21 per hour. Your minimum pay will be determined by your attendance and productivity.

Join The Discussion

Comments 32

  1. DJ

    I will be sharing this with my teacher friends! It’s sad that great teachers have to substitute their incomes by working side jobs.

    • Jack

      Maybe if they worked year round like everyone else they wouldn’t have to

      • Cami

        Troll!

      • Maureen

        You are clueless!

        • Reality

          That’s not trolling or clueless. It’s true. If you work an additional 2-3 months, you would have a higher salary.

        • CW

          So incredibly ignorant and clueless. I am absolutely disgusted at these comments. Educators often work 60-70 hrs a week. And then some on top of that work a second or third job. They go in before their contracted time, stay late, take work home on week nights and still have to grade papers and plan on weekends. Reality and Jack you really have no idea. It’s complete ignorance and disrespect for public servants that are a part of the problem. There are a lot of educators who make so little they are on food stamps! I know people with 1 or 2 Masters Degrees and the highest national certification, with over 20 years experience and they still don’t make enough to afford rent/mortgage on their own. Most aren’t even given the materials they need to do their job. Try having a $75/yr budget when a case of paper is $40 and students don’t show up with needed basic supplies, or food or clothing. You know the teachers on food stamps often help those kids, too. Because they are decent human beings with a heart. It’s people like you not standing up and demanding appropriate pay for teachers who educate the future of our country that are the problem.

          • VW

            Teachers on food stamps! Not in my state! At least not public school teachers. Sorry, I don’t believe it. And from what I see on Facebook, a lot of teachers need some basic spelling and grammar skills. I have a few relatives who are good teachers but I’ve had a lot of bad experiences with teachers. My son actually had a teacher who had dementia and the principal told me they were having a difficult time removing her because of the strength of the teachers’ union. In the meantime, students suffered.

          • Jenny

            1 or 2 masters degrees and they are teaching? Sounds like they should have went into a different career. If they went into teaching for the money, they didn’t choose it for the right reason. I’ve got tons of friends that are teachers and don’t have to work second or even third jobs. They live within their means. Also they take full advantage of traveling in the summer because even though you don’t want to admit it, they do only work 9-10 months out of the year. I sure with I had 3 months off at my job but I only get 2 weeks.

      • Angela

        Your comment is very disrespectful . I have two daughters who are teachers and they work hard. 6am-6pm and then take work home .They do work year round just not 8-5 with a lunch hour and bathroom breaks😁

      • Mic

        That’s just disrespectful to all teachers who educated you and your children. It’s an occupation that’s known to struggle during certain times of the year. Some districts like mine don’t give teachers an option to defer their pay over 12 months and are left 2 months without pay. Yes we can budget and some do. However, the majority of teachers spend way too much out of pocket for their students, needing a second or third job. I make good money, but still work a second job to help. Teachers bust their butts for their students to care for them during school, buy their own supplies, and buy things for the class and their students. Teachers struggle because they care about their students. Not a single one goes into teaching for the money. They do it because they care, and try to care for kids that don’t have someone at home, don’t have clothes, don’t have meals, etc. We spend out of pocket to help kids, that’s why we work multiple jobs. Those that don’t spend money out of their pocket and need the second job need to learn how to budget and live in their salary range. That was the most ridiculous comment ever to say that! Not to mention that many teachers do work summer school and don’t take a summer break. Ignorance.

      • JC

        You’re an a$$

    • Mary

      This is so silly. Teachers are making more than most people (I am a teacher). Please just learn to live within your means and stop playing the victim, it is embarrassing. Yes, we spend our own money but most of my coworkers are clueless when it comes to managing their finances. Not all teachers are smart lol

      • Laura

        I was going to protest your comment but I looked into my school district’s beginning teacher salary. (I used to be a teacher but haven’t taught for ten years since having my son). A starting teacher gets paid $41,758 in my district for 186 paid days. That’s $224.50 a day, or $28.06/hour (assuming 8 hour days). If they were to work year round that would be $58,371.40, plus benefits (and when I was teaching I had AMAZING health insurance). Keep in mind this is a first year teacher.

        All that to say, I agree with you.

        • Molly

          Laura,
          You did your homework!! 🙂
          Thanks for providing actually figures! I know many people would love to be making $40,000 a year right out of college! It irks me when teachers whine and complain. Most of the parents work long, hard hours for minimum wage and no benefits. We should be grateful for the pay and benefits! And summer vacation!!

          • Fustrated

            Yes some states may start at $41,000 however that’s not all of them. I started teaching at $24,000. With a classroom allowance of $200 a year. I had to help pay my health insurance like most other jobs. I have continuing education requirements, and yes I have a master’s degree. However, I teach because I love it!! Not for the some time off in the summer, no one gets 3 months off by the way. Or for the money.

  2. amb041

    i work for Q kids. there are many companies that offer this

  3. Mel

    I work for vipkid which is a similar company.
    The extra income is super nice and the hours are flexible.

  4. Juliee

    So how does this compare with VIP Kids?

  5. Lindsay

    This is very interesting to me. I am at SAHM, but I also homeschool my six children. My husband passed away 18 months ago and while we are making it with what he left us, it’s tight and stressful sometimes. Wondering how legit this type of work is and if anyone has advice or suggestions? I do have a Bachelor’s of Science in Journalism, and I’ve taught a few homeschool groups here and there. Just looking for honest feedback. TIA.

    • Nyprinzess

      I know Kelly services hires work from home for Apple. It is legit and decent money. Also HSN and amazon does. Just some WAH info.

    • sarann27

      I teach with VIPKid and it is definitely legit! I have not heard of this particular company but I know there are other teach front home ones that are great. I enjoy teaching the little cuties in China and it’s a nice source of income. I’m so sorry you lost your husband and wish you all the best! I hope you find a job from home that totally suits you and what your family needs!

    • Holly (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Lindsay, I’m so sorry for your loss! I hope you find just the right job you’re looking for!

    • Mabos

      My son’s MIL does this with VipKid. She loves it and, with a Master’s in Music has been promoted quickly. I kind of asked her about the pay
      (🤭🤷‍♀️) mentioning $22/hr and she said she gets even more than that. The one drawback for her is the time difference. Other than that she loves it!

    • Chrissy

      Lindsay, I have been teaching with VIPKid for almost a year now. I was skeptical, as most people are, but this job has been a God send for us! I am coming up on my third contract in 2 months and year to date I have made an extra $10K for my family! I am happy to walk you through the process!

  6. sarann27

    Those are great recommendations too!

  7. shae

    Thanks for the information! Really interested in other opportunities like this! Legitimate options are hard to find!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re welcome!

  8. Xna

    Do you guys know if they hire non native speakers? I’ve only been living her in the US for over 10 years but speaks English since I was a young.

    • SherryCC

      Wondering the same!

    • Mother2baby

      Here*
      Have been speaking *

      That being said, they do have an interview process. I suggest contacting the company, filling out the application, and take it from there. Good luck!
      Ps…there’s also a legit company in Canada called Golden Voice English.

    • jjjensen

      Quote from their Glassdoor.com page:

      “Teachers are solely hired according to their fluency in English and ability to teach, not according to their place of origin.”

      Can’t hurt to try.

  9. Candi

    Most teaching jobs require a master’s now.

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