Whatever your reasons to search for work-from-home jobs, they're out there. But there are plenty of work-from-home ads out there that will just lead to your losing a lot of money. So a good rule of thumb is to not pay any service that promises you work; they're supposed to pay you. You also will want to heavily research any company you aren't familiar with before you start working with them. If a business looks suspect, at least run it by some friends and family first.
What Employees Say: “VIPKID pays between $14-22 an hour, plus more in incentives some months. Most kids are fun and well behaved. You create your own schedule and work as little or much as you want. The materials are already provided, you just have to review them beforehand and plan out how you want to teach the materials and which props you want to use.” —Current ESL Teacher