Native Camp review
If you thought Bibo paid badly, NativeCamp gives it a good run for its money. At $1.54 for a 25 minute class, you could still risk your account being deactivated if the student scores you unfavorably.
Prior to hiring you undergo a 20 minute grammar test followed by a webcam check. Make sure you have your camera setup properly as they don’t seem lenient on toing and froing with this issue.
Reviews stress the disparity in salary paid to a professional working from a developing country, and one from the Philippines or Malaysia say, and as such highlights the need for some regulation in this niche online job market.
With a low hourly wage comes a fairly open job criteria, with no degree or native national required. The latter appealing to the Filipino teachers out there.
For a higher hourly rate available to professionals from developing nations who don’t tick the Caucasian native speaker box, take a look at the list of non-native higher paying companies- $10 plus.
On the positive side teaching materials are said to be thorough, students homogeneously kind, hours flexible and you’re paid on time with good incentives.
Note – Their new promo offer states that (22/02/20) – A new registration incentive of $45 bonus is paid to you when you’ve successfully completed 100 lessons in two weeks after your account is activated.