How We Get Paid To Travel

How we get paid to travel & how you can too!


Let me start by saying, that I never thought this could be possible. I'll have to go back in time by two years. In 2017, a friend had informed my wife, Angelina, who at the time was being an entrepreneur by selling naturally-based makeup products on the internet, that she could make a steady income by teaching kids English online. It's called, An ESL Teacher.

This said friend gave the Mrs. all the info to sign up, but she was very skeptical. It seemed too good to be true. One day she included her resume with everything the teaching company asked for, the very next day she got a response. By the third day, she had a video interview set up with a link to download the company's software. By the end of the week, she was hired.


The company is based in China, as most of them are. There are many of them that offer ESL. This is one of the better-known companies called, QKids. We had a lot of questions. Questions like: How do you get paid? Do you get paid in USD? When is the payout? How do you they handle taxes? How much do you get paid?

At the time of this, I was working a full-time job. Angelina would wake up at 5:25 a.m., grab a coffee, and be ready to teach by 5:40 a.m. She would teach three classes in the morning. With each class lasting a half-hour, you are technically paid $10 dollars each class, untaxed. It is up to each teacher to fill out a 1099 form during tax season.

 

Here is how payment works


✦ $20.00 per hour.

✧ Maximum of 4 classes a morning, 7 days a week.

✦ Payout is on or close to the 12th of each month.

✧ For having good attendance (not missing classes) and getting a good rating from parents for classes taught, you can also accrue bonuses. The bonuses can run you an extra $100.00 USD or more depending on the time of the year and how many classes you taught.

✦You can also get bonuses for signing up new teachers. It changes throughout the year. I've seen the teacher bonus for new teacher hiring be an extra $150.00 USD.


If you taught all seven days (which we don't) you would have $280.00 a week.

How is this all litigated?