How Your Sex Life Can Affect Your Wage
It shouldn’t surprise us that most of us are happier when we have a lot of sex, but richer? Unless you work part-time as a gigolo, that should not make any sense: how the hell can you relate your sex life to your salary? But according to science, that correlation does not only exist, it can be measured objectively.
Earlier this year, a researcher at Anglia Ruskin University analyzed a one-year study on Greek domestic finance, and found that those who had sex four or more times a week earned significantly more than those who did not. Now, before trying something as absurd as increasing your sexual desire in the hope of an increase, it should be noted that one probably does not cause the other. Instead, people who have a lot of sex are more likely to be happy, energetic and have high self-esteem, exactly the kind of person who flourishes in a corporate environment. Therefore, if you are a low-income person sexually miserable and without sex, there is probably not much you can do about it.