😰 Should Creators Complain About Their Jobs?


While many creators face unpredictable income, pay disparity, and burnout, the public perception of the influencer lifestyle is often luxurious. Because of this, creators can face a lot of heat when they complain about their jobs.

This week, Passionfruit contributor Eve Upton-Clark spoke with creators and mental healthcare experts about the taxing mental nature of social media careers, and how creators might risk alienating their audiences when speaking out about their workload.

Also, we hear from Passionfruit contributor Catherine Shuttleworth about a unique vision board design platform, which is building a strong niche community and honing in on creators’ needs for self-expression outside of the mainstream.


Amidst burnout and instability, should creators complain about their jobs?



Up-and-coming design platform Landing is growing a niche online community for creators

As more creators seek self-expression and community through their work on social media, apps outside of the mainstream are springing up.

By Catherine Shuttleworth, Passionfruit Contributor



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