Your earnings are based on the number of classes you teach.
The more classes you teach, the more you can earn.
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The base pay rate is between $7-9 per class. Since classes are 25-minutes each, you can earn the equivalent of $14-18 per hour plus incentives (see next).
From teaching more classes to referrals, there are lots of opportunities to earn extra. In general, with incentives, a teacher can earn the equivalent of $14-22 per hour with VIPKid.
Earn on Your Own Terms
Deposit Directly to Your Wallet
Payments are transferred directly to your bank account. You can also set up through PayPal. You choose how you get paid.
Customize Your Pay Schedule
We offer different payment options. You may choose to be paid weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. After classes have been taught, payments will be sent out in your next pay period.
Your Earnings, All In One Place
Everything is tracked when you’re done with each class. Simply view all your earnings in the VIPKid Teach App.
Perks Like Nowhere Else
Once you become a teacher, you also get to enjoy community perks from partners like Amazon, TurboTax, ClassPass, and more. Just another reason to teach with VIPKid.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How are earnings calculated?
Earnings are calculated based on the number of classes you’ve taught and your base pay rate per class, which is $7-9 per class. Since classes are 25-minutes each, you can earn the equivalent of $14-18 per hour.
How are base pay rates determined?
The base pay is based on various factors, such as experience, the demo lesson, and the qualifications of the teacher.
When will I receive my pay?
Teachers may choose to be paid weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. Your payment date is based on your preference.
How long is the contract? Can I take breaks during the contract?
VIPKid signs 6-month contracts with teachers, and you can work as much or as little as you’d like.
How much tax do I have to pay?
We do not withhold taxes from independent contractors. A completed W-9 form is required prior to signing your contract. As independent contractors, you are responsible for your own taxes in accordance with individual tax jurisdictions or state laws.