Here’s How Many University Students Are Doing Porn To Pay The Bills

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With the significant rise in tuition fees and the higher cost of university living, it’s no real surprise that many students have to hold down another job alongside their education to pay the bills.

However, while many take on bar work or hospitality jobs to fund their studies, a shocking number have turned to pornography and webcam work in order to tackle spiralling rent prices and to fund those all-day bar crawls.

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36 per cent (more than a third) of the 995 students surveyed in a recent VoucherCodesPro study said they now earn their money online, earning an average wage of £189 per week doing so.

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While 23 per cent of those sold clothes and 14 per cent blogged, an astonishing 11 per cent more said they did porn to earn some extra cash – that’s more than one in 10!

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In addition, 19 per cent claimed to do webcam work, while another 4 per cent even said they have sold worn underwear to make ends meet.

Discussing their findings, George Charles of VoucherCodesPro said:

I’m not massively surprised some are turning to online work, but I am extremely surprised at the amount that are doing online work of sexual nature. It is, however, good to see that students are being financially aware and responsible and aren’t just ringing the bank of mum and dad.

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When asked why they took on the extra and often unusual work, 13 per cent said it was because their student loan didn’t cover their rent, 24 per cent said they wanted extra money, 19 per cent said they enjoyed the work, 18 per cent liked the risk involved with the work, and 12 per cent claimed it was the only job available.

Despite the high number of students turning to online work, the most popular roles remain bar and shop work, with a total of 44 per cent saying they work in retail, 31 per cent in the hospitality industry, 24 per cent in bars and clubs, and 13 per cent in admin roles.


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