Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague's company ups salary from £17k after fierce backlash

Publication Date14 January 2022
Publication titleMyLondon (England)
The influencer and Love Island star, 22, recently came under fire for her comments on The Diary of a CEO podcast, which were branded “patronising.”

The job advertised, which has now expired on Indeed, is for a Social Media Content Creator for Molly-Mae’s tanning brand, requiring one year experience in Social Media Marketing and one year as a content creator to apply, Birmingham Live reports.

The salary on the job advertisement has now changed to £20-25,000 per year.

READ MORE: Love Island's Molly Mae Hague sparks outrage after telling poor people to work harder and saying 'we all have 24 hours in day'

Twitter users took to the social media platform to criticise the low wage.

One wrote: “Molly-Mae's company hiring a full-time social media content creator with a fload of responsibility for just £16k Surely not…”

Another said: “Not Molly-Mae’s fake tan brand advertising a social media exec role… that requires 2 years experience… on a 16k salary.

“The woman was too stunned to speak.”

One wrote: “Not Molly-Mae saying we all have 24hrs and then posting a 16k job that requires 2 years of social media experience and a bachelors degree.”

Benefits listed in the job description include ‘casual dress’ and ‘working from...

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