Black influencers in the US are paid less than white influencers, study finds

About 92% of creators believe that more transparency would help eliminate race-based pay gaps. — AFP Relaxnews

Black influencers are paid less than white influencers in the United States. According to a study, the pay gap between white influencers and influencers of colour is 29%. The difference rises to 35% between white and Black influencers.

35%. That’s the difference in income between a white influencer and a Black influencer. According to a study called “Time to Face the Influencer Pay Gap”, conducted by influencer marketing agency MSL in partnership with The Influencer League, a digital platform dedicated to educating and empowering a diverse group of influencers, discrimination on social networks is real.

Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

Next In Tech News

Apple’s US$59 fake-suede iPhone case is its biggest dud of 2023
Stock photo giant Getty releases AI image generator
ChatGPT AI getting chatty with voice prompts
Hi, Robot: machines take over at China's Asian Games
Mexico eyes US energy exports from solar farm, chip supply chain role
Amazon says ads coming to Prime Video streaming in 2024
China drops streaming of some games at biggest esports event of the year
Thomson Reuters AI copyright dispute must go to trial, judge says
'Regulate them': hard-up Indonesia traders urge TikTok sales ban
Bezos's Blue Origin names former Amazon executive as CEO -internal email

Others Also Read