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Study Claims Link between Frequent Sex and Higher Earnings

Study Claims Link between Frequent Sex and Higher Earnings

Study Claims Link between Frequent Sex and Higher Earnings

By Ksenia Sobchak

The author of a new study on the link between sex and earning power claims to have found that people who have sex four or more times per week earn more money, on average, than those who have less sex. The study, which was published by a German institute specializing in labour, was conducted in Greece, where 7, 500 people aged between 26 and 50 were asked questions about their employment status and sexual health.

According to the study, people who have sex four or more times per week can expect to earn as much as five percent more money than their unluckier counterparts - as good a reason as any other for spending more time in the sack.

Of course, the link could be down to many factors, not necessarily related to sex. For example, people who have sex often are also more likely to be extroverted, and it's no secret that extroverts tend to be good at establishing secure relationships quickly - an important skill in many areas of employment.

One could also say that the reverse of the study could be equally true - people who earn more might have it easier when it comes to finding sex partners - just look at the likes of Donald Trump and Hugh Hefner! Drydakis does admit to this - having lots of money not only affords all kinds of comforts (and the possibility of going on more dates) but also a degree of status that potential lovers might find attractive.

Drydakis was quick to assert that having more sex does not inevitably lead to a pay rise. This might seem obvious, but there's one profession where more sex could definitely lead to a wage increase - prostitution. Even so, getting enough sex is linked to good health and a more positive outlook - two attributes which can help in getting ahead in your career.

Drydakis' study provides leverage for spouses who feel that they are not receiving enough sexual attention - a few words about the economic benefits can be tried along with the usual pleas for a little bit of 'sexual healing'.

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