110 List of Legit Online ESL Schools for Native and Non-Native Speakers in Alphabetical Order|Salary|Students|Type Of Class|Mode of Payment

Sometimes, seeking employment is a pain in the ass especially when you’re in a competitive industry. As long as you don’t slack off that much and enjoy clicking here and there –You’ll land that job in no time. Try this 110 list of companies or find inspiration from these awesome books ”The ESL/ELL Teacher’s Survival …

Honest Review About Bizmates Philippines Inc.

Back when I was hired to teach at Bizmates —the most annoying thing I had was the tiresome and displeasing BIR registration. If you consider applying for a teaching position at Bizmates —be prepared for all the filing of income tax here and there. I hated it. It was definitely something I wish I would’ve …

Worst Online ESL Companies

To those who’s been following my blog since day 1 —you probably know that ESL job-hopping is kinda my thing (chuckle) in this pandemic time. In this post —I’d like to share with you my experience applying for an online ESL teacher position at Sankei and TalkDay1. I’ve applied to quite many companies these days …

Why I Left Weblio Before Even Starting My First Class

You must be reading this because you’re planning to apply as an online teacher, you’re invited for an interview, or about to start your first class with them. Many years ago, I applied for the online ESL teacher position in Weblio and got accepted. After completing all the necessary requirements —and when I was all …

Honest Review About Engoo (formerly known as Bibo Global Opportunity)

I was a part-timer in Engoo many years ago, and the rate used to be ₱55 per 25-minute class or ₱110/hour. If I’m not mistaken, they increase the hourly rate to ₱120. (Hmm..still low) Engoo was my first online ESL teaching platform, so when I was just starting —I wasn’t very uncomplacent unlike today (chuckle). …

Why Travel To The Philippines? – What To Expect When You Arrive?

Planning to visit the Philippines? Whether you’re coming here to work, study, or travel —it’s important to have some preparations before your departure. I am a citizen of the Philippines (I mean, a pure Filipina), so I can share with you some important insights about my home country (culture, people, food), and what to expect …