This depends on what you and your employer agree on.
Many businesses in the U.S. and LATAM pay their employees every two weeks, though some pay once per month – so be sure to ask your employer about their payment schedule when you’re getting started with them.
In the beginning, we recommend you ask for weekly payments (splitting your monthly salary into 4 payments) to protect both you and your employer.
If the job doesn’t work out, weekly payments save you from doing a month’s worth of work without getting paid and save your employer from paying for a month’s worth of work if they aren’t satisfied with the results.
Once the two of you have established a mutual trust, feel free to discuss bi-weekly or monthly payments if that works better for you!