Companies that hire Spanish Speakers to work remotely or from home

7th June 2022

By Peter Hogarth

In today’s day and age, many people are looking to work remotely and even work from home. Being one of the top five most common languages to speak on the planet, speaking Spanish as a native speaker or fluently can work in your one’s favor when looking for a remote or work from home job. 

In this list we will go over some companies that are now or have had remote job openings for Spanish speakers. 

Whether it is for fulltime work, contract work or a freelance position, I am super excited to bring this information to you in hopes that it can compliment your remote job search and make what we all want the most – dinero.

  1. Binance

Binance has frequently been seeking Spanish, bilingual speakers to assist in their customer service department. 

Many people are interested in working with Binance due to the popularity in the digital asset space in past years. Perhaps investing in crypto may not be for you, but making a good salary is ideal. 

Over the past couple months crypto values have been taking a dive but that doesnt mean it will continue. Many believe that crypto is here to stay. Get paid amigos.

  1. Shopify

Knowing many people who work in the job board space, Shopify has had roles for Spanish and bilingual speakers. 

Whether the position is for someone in the U.S, Spain or LATAM, keep your eyes open to what is happening with this mega E-commerce company. 

As an industry, E-commerce is not going anywhere. People are shopping from home more than ever and when more money is being injected into an industry, more jobs open up. 

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  1. Oowlish

We here at dinero remoto strongly believe that getting into programming and technology is a safe bet for long term job security. 

The ideal scenario here is that with acquired tech skills you should be a candidate for a luxury lifestyle that can involve living by a beach and doing some quick lines of code from time to time. 

Many people assume that getting into coding is a huge undertaking, but coming from some known YouTubers and influencers, it could be under a year to gain the skills required to land yourself a job making 50k a year or more. 

And come on, who doesn’t like working in their pajamas and drinking multiple litres of coffee every week from the comfort of their home office. 

  1. Meta

Every once in a while, we have a glance at the Meta job board and notice that they hire Spanish speakers for certain remote jobs or on site roles. 

We strongly recommend keeping an eye on their job board as getting a job with Meta could mean an above average salary, great benefits and even a remote work from home job to enjoy the good life. 

Once you land a job with a massive company like Meta, your resume will always look stellar. 

  1. Preply

I don’t think that there are many people who dream of teaching languages online, but let’s be honest here, if you can put in the effort, get solid reviews, you can make some good returns teaching languages online.

Nowadays people are making money from home giving conversation classes. Perhaps it sounds too good to be true but it’s not. You can give talking classes and correct people’s mistakes. 

After getting decent reviews, many tutors charge anywhere from 15 to 20 dollars an hour. There are definitely some pros and cons of becoming a language tutor, but if your main goal is to work a remote job or work from home, study this profession and see if it’s for you. 

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  1. MessageBird

To be honest, until this year, I have never even heard of this company, but when you head over to their job board they seem to be hiring a Spanish speaker for certain roles. Obviously job information can change at any time. 

Perhaps this is a company that is waiting to unleash their popularity into the mainstream. 

Keep your eyes on this company. There could be some good possibilities here to work a remote remote job as a spanish speaker. 

  1. BairesDev

Tech, tech, tech. Programming and technology. Does it seem like there are some redundancies here? Absolutely, because tech jobs are where the action and money are. Again, nowadays people are learning certain skills within a year and landing jobs in the tech industry. 

When we have a look at the job board of BairesDev it is clear as day to see that this company is here to stay and they normally have a plethora of remote jobs to research. 

Sure, working in tech to some people might seem super boring, but there is nothing boring about making  50 to 100k per year while you work a remote job close to a beach or any other beautiful location. 

  1. Panda Tree

Teaching languages online like Spanish and English is a great way to find remote work and get paid. 

On a personal note, I used to teach English online and made many good friends and I also made a solid salary. Working from home as a freelance tutor is a great option as if you find regular, loyal students, sometimes you can work 5 hours a day and take it easy after. 

The most important element of being an online tutor is gaining positive reviews. Once you get reviews, you get credibility, and with credibility comes what we want the most – dinero.

  1. Go Transcript 

Over the past year my crew and I have noticed that people have been making solid earnings as a transcriber. 

Well what does a transcriber do? They listen to recordings and type the words they hear. It sounds super boring because it probably is. But remember, the goal here is to work a remote job or work from home. Your transcriber job might be boring but not driving to work while being stuck in traffic every day is terrific. 

Always remember to weigh the pros and cons with any job. Some jobs are perhaps not meant to do forever, but they could be an ideal bridge over to a next job where you make more of this – $. 

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  1. The job that you want!

Forget this entire list and do what you want to do. If there is a certain online job that you have been eager to try out, do it. 

If you watch one YouTube video of what it takes to be a coder and you clearly hate it, don’t do it. 

I would rather make 15 dollars an hour doing something I enjoy over something that pays 25 dollars an hour and I hate my life. You know what I mean. 

Focus on your talents and something that you enjoy rather than thinking of only maximum profits. 

Life is short, find a decent remote job that you can do in your pajamas. Enjoy a work from home job where you can meet people and make friends. 

Remember some of the richest people in the world have terrible lives and some of the happiest people are the ones who make 50k a year and have plenty of time for friends, family, the beach or just to watch YouTube all day, like the guy writing this article. 

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