Where to Get Online Work – Huge Database of Sites

Hi guys,

So this is going to be a constantly evolving blog post… I wanted to create a database of all the different websites you can use to get online work!

I’ve just started a video series that goes into detail on my 50 Nomad Job ideas. You can watch it below… and be sure to check out my channel and subscribe for the other 5 parts!


Let me know in the comments any other websites you know or use that I can add. Let’s create a huge mega list together 🙂


Remote Jobs










Voiceover work

https://voicebunny.com/ – great advice from a pro







Teach English

Lingoci – great for teachers with existing experience teaching. Well paid and competitive to teach on.

Berlitz – $13 an hour for ESL tutoring. Native English or French speakers only.

Cambly – Webcam tutoring. Mostly social chatting in an informal setting. No degree needed.

English Hunt – must have a four-year degree and either teaching or substitute teaching certification.

Funbulous (also known as 97Kid or JiuQu) – need a degree (in anything) and to be American. Lessons provided, teach in Chinese morning or evenings 7 days a week. Minimum 8 hours a week.

GoFLUENT – Hires tutors in the U.S. and Canada. Business ESL teachers who can commit to 4 hours per day on weekdays.

Golden Voice English $15 per hour teaching Chinese kids.

Global Mate New York targets South Koreans ages 19 to 50. Open to American tutors.

TutorABC (TutorGroup) – Must have a four-year degree

Open English – native English speakers only. Minimum commitment of 15 hours per week.

iTalki – teach any language (even if you’re not native).

Lingoda – traditional classroom course (but online). $7-$11 hour average.

Pearson pays tutors $14 for 1:1 and $17 for group classes. Business English is their specialty.

SameSpeak – $10 pay for every half-hour tutor session. Must be native English.

Twosigmas pay up to $20 an hour depending on your experience – teaching Chinese children in 1:1 classes.

VIP Kid – highly recommend by a lot of my friends but you must be American. $18 to $21 per hour with average earnings of $2,000 per month. Teaching material provided so you just “plug in and play”.

Topic-Time Teach Japanese students over Skype. Weekly pay via Paypal. Mostly conversational so you must be patient and reliable with good presentation skills. Need to be a fast typist as their unique classroom style is for the student to speak in English about a selected topic while you type what they say and then review it with them. Minimum 10 hours a week.

Voxy – $18 an hour. TESL certificate/degree required.


Freelance work

https://www.upwork.com – the biggest name out there for finding freelancing gigs. Prices and quality vary hugely!

https://www.freelancer.com/ – a popular alternative to Upwork

https://www.airtasker.com/ – a big player who are known for tasks like gardening or cleaning, but now also offer lots of admin, office and freelancer work

https://www.fiverr.com/ – a great place to build up your portfolio or find early clients

https://www.outsourcely.com/ – generally higher paying jobs as it’s more expensive for companies to list on


House/pet sitting




https://www.housesittersuk.co.uk/ (UK only)





Volunteer abroad

https://www.helpstay.com/ – extremely affordable, and founded friend of ours!







Making online courses

https://www.udemy.com/ – my personal favourite! Check out tonnes more information on my youtube channel.


https://www.skillsuccess.com/ – focused on lifestyle courses

https://teachable.com/ – great if you want to self host and promote your own courses


Nanny/Au Pair jobs






Hopefully it goes without saying (as this list is so long) that I haven’t tried every site. If you have positive or negative experiences with any of these – would like yours added, or would like to request one is removed then just let me know! You can reach me on paupertoprincess@gmail.com

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1 Comment

  1. Emcc October 31, 2017 / 11:47 AM

    I teach online and do make an average of 2000 a month. However, the downside is everywhere you go you have to make sure you have very good internet or you get penalized financially for it.

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