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http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/feb/27/most-sex-workers-jobs-health-education-charities-survey

"Most sex workers have had jobs in health, education or charities – survey
One of largest ever surveys of industry reveals pressures that lead people to sex work, including inability to meet living costs on low NHS pay"

"Ninety of those surveyed had an undergraduate degree (38%), while 40 (17%) had a postgraduate degree. More than 97% of those surveyed had either GCSEs, A-levels or their equivalents."

So do we meet them? Do we ever ask them or know or even care?

Offline cueball

You never know what's the truth but if they're to be believed, I've podged 2 nurses and an home helper

Offline Taggart

Interesting feature. I understand where she is coming from as the NHS is not that well paid, for those lower down the pay bands.

I like the bit: “I was doing six 13-hour shifts a week in a hospital just so that I could keep up my mortgage payments. Even working such long hours I failed to keep up the repayments and lost my home." She later adds: "Eight out of 10 of the men I see don’t actually want to have sex with me, some just want affection and someone to talk to."

What does that tell you about the pressures and the lack of sex in a marriage/relationship?

I also think it will give ammo to the Harriet Harman/Fiona McTaggart brigade to step up the ban on buying sex, even though it offers many women a far better and less stressful lifestyle.


Offline bensonhedges20

Interesting feature. I understand where she is coming from as the NHS is not that well paid, for those lower down the pay bands.

I like the bit: “I was doing six 13-hour shifts a week in a hospital just so that I could keep up my mortgage payments. Even working such long hours I failed to keep up the repayments and lost my home." She later adds: "Eight out of 10 of the men I see don’t actually want to have sex with me, some just want affection and someone to talk to."

What does that tell you about the pressures and the lack of sex in a marriage/relationship?

I also think it will give ammo to the Harriet Harman/Fiona McTaggart brigade to step up the ban on buying sex, even though it offers many women a far better and less stressful lifestyle.

An escort i met has a sugar daddy. 500 p/w for an actual lunch date ( no sexual contact). While your 8/10 just want to chat might be true for some escorts many do and are happy to chat away.

If you look on sites like pof - many of the professions are NHS, carers, accountants - why should actual escorting professions be any different?
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Offline Dani

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I know before doing this job I worked in the NHS and I worked bloody long hours and the pay wasn't great.  However it did pay my mortgage and I managed to support my children on it.  The pay rises have been almost non existent over the past 10 years and certainly not inline with inflation to the point if I was doing it now it wouldn't cover my mortgage and other living expenses let alone be enough to support children on so I wouldn't be surprised if many are doing this job to top up their income.  Mind you if the NHS find out they will lose their job and not be able to work within the NHS again (morality clause). So it is a very big risk for anyone if they do choose to do this work as a top up and I do hope they don't show their faces even in their private gallery

I am sure many of you meet ladies with a degree but are not informed of it as it is not a necessary part of the meet.  Why would I tell a client how long I studied and that to be a midwife you have to have a degree.  Why Would I mention how many A levels I got at school.  It is totally irrelevant to anyone what a prossies education level is.  There will be those who assume all of us left school at 15 or younger without any education at all and there will be those that have realised not all of us are unable to read and write and some of us may have gone to Uni (before Uni was a place for everyone and anyone to go to)

Offline thefoxman

I remember being non-plussed for a while when I started punting that all these WGs were advertising O Levels and A Levels...  :lol:

Offline JV547845

I've booked someone before who was escorting to pay her student loan off.  The degree wasn't the ticket to a better job she hoped for.

Offline Lilywhite

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Former NHS here as well. Three 12 hour shifts a week and I was barely paying for my flat and essentials- not to mention the sector I was in was soul-destroying... Flash forward to now, less stress-more money. I find a lot of people want to chat, as long as you've fulfilled them sexually (if they want that) then there's really no problem. Evryone books girls for different reasons.

I wonder how many Eastern European WG's are graduates too (stop sniggering at the back!). I wouldn't be surprised if quite a few were. The quality of life in the old country is crap with poorer pay for more 'respectable' jobs, so I would not be surprised if many come over telling family that they have a professional job in England when they are actually being a prossie.

I saw a girl a while back who had graduated and was doing her masters degree.

tcm

Offline 44Remington

I wonder how many Eastern European WG's are graduates too (stop sniggering at the back!). I wouldn't be surprised if quite a few were. The quality of life in the old country is crap with poorer pay for more 'respectable' jobs, so I would not be surprised if many come over telling family that they have a professional job in England when they are actually being a prossie.

I can think of at least two former and current Polish regulars of mine with university level degrees. The Polish education system is actually pretty solid nowadays, but the job prospects and potential pay in certain fields is rather poor.

Offline smiths

http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/feb/27/most-sex-workers-jobs-health-education-charities-survey

"Most sex workers have had jobs in health, education or charities – survey
One of largest ever surveys of industry reveals pressures that lead people to sex work, including inability to meet living costs on low NHS pay"

"Ninety of those surveyed had an undergraduate degree (38%), while 40 (17%) had a postgraduate degree. More than 97% of those surveyed had either GCSEs, A-levels or their equivalents."

So do we meet them? Do we ever ask them or know or even care?

How on earth can they use the word most. Most WGs weren't involved in said study, just shows how some use stats and studies to suit themselves. Personally i never blindly believe such studies. And i couldn't care less what educational or vocational qualifications a WG might have as its totally irrelevant to me, what i require is a good service, a WG who is a thick as two short planks qualification wise can offer that.

Offline MrBridger

Of my two best experiences so far, one is a graduate and the other one is an undergraduate ('mature student' at 25 - AW age but I think it's accurate).

Call me snobby or fluffy if you like, but I'm not in this just to empty my balls every now and again and a bit of intelligent conversation is the perfect mid-session interlude or end of meet conclusion. It also makes me feel a bit more reassured that this line of work is a conscious choice for them rather than a way out of a bad situation; hence I think they are more committed to providing a good quality of service.

For me, sex in the absence of any kind of interpersonal connection is no better than masturbation (but then I am absolutely excellent at wanking, so it's all relative).
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