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I get the impression that there are many more degree educated escorts around these days. Is this a sign of the times, or the Belle de Jour factor? Well educated girls who enjoy sex see it as a good money spinner to fund perhaps a business project or property buying perhaps?

Over the last few years I've seen at least eight girls that have degrees. They are not those that have just graduated as I don't see girls that young. Most are in the 30 to 50 age range.

Has anyone else noticed the same?

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I get the impression that there are many more degree educated escorts around these days. Is this a sign of the times, or the Belle de Jour factor? Well educated girls who enjoy sex see it as a good money spinner to fund perhaps a business project or property buying perhaps?

Over the last few years I've seen at least eight girls that have degrees. They are not those that have just graduated as I don't see girls that young. Most are in the 30 to 50 age range.

Has anyone else noticed the same?

True. It probably relates to the fact that degrees aren't worth bog-roll, these days. Especially the liberal arts degrees women tend to get...

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Many more people have degrees in general these days, it's a sign of the times as higher education is not available to the masses.

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It does take some intelligence to become a succesfull escort, and run her own business, I suppose that anyone able to do so with enough nouse to keep it hidden from family and friends, does have a bit of grey matter working in her head.

I sometimes turn to a few parlours for sexual relief, and can honestly say that the parlour lady does not always have the same skills sadly.

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Many more people have degrees in general these days, it's a sign of the times as higher education is not available to the masses.

Bang on Strawberry.

Isn't it something like 40+% population go on to higher education these days ?

Back when I were a nipper, it was something like 5-10%.

Stands to reason the proportion of degree educated WGs would also rise.

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I get the impression that there are many more degree educated escorts around these days. Is this a sign of the times, or the Belle de Jour factor? Well educated girls who enjoy sex see it as a good money spinner to fund perhaps a business project or property buying perhaps?

Over the last few years I've seen at least eight girls that have degrees. They are not those that have just graduated as I don't see girls that young. Most are in the 30 to 50 age range.

Has anyone else noticed the same?

Eight escorts with degrees in the last few years would not indicate to me that there are many more degree educated escorts around even if I believed they had a degree. Many WGs like to play on this degree thing for marketing purposes.

One certainly does not need a degree to become an escort.

Edited by SpoksEyebrows

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True. It probably relates to the fact that degrees aren't worth bog-roll, these days. Especially the liberal arts degrees women tend to get...

I'm surprised that nobody has challenged this yet! I know several lady engineers and architects, quite a few accountants and too many teachers to count. All of them have degrees and are attractive, in part, because of their intelligence.

It's a myth that ladies tend to go for "easier" degrees.

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Having work in archictectural office for over 20 yrs, most of the lady engineers and architects are not what I would called attractive and I would not pay to sleep with them! :)

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I suppose a wg could get an 'honorary' degree one day, ahem...... Exits quickly......

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I have seen WGs who go on and on about their degree which leaves me less impressed coz they don't have to tell me how educated they are for me to take them seriously.

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One certainly does not need a degree to become an escort.

Yes you are right Sir, one does not need one ;)

A degree in the university of life would be advantageous though.

Lucy :)

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It does take some intelligence to become a succesfull escort, and run her own business, I suppose that anyone able to do so with enough nouse to keep it hidden from family and friends, does have a bit of grey matter working in her head.

Exactly.

Lucy :)

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There are a lot of 'Hotel & Leisure' degree courses run by various colleges. Perhaps there are some ex-students on this board who can reveal if there is a WG module as part of the curriculum ?

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Do many punters have a degree that they are proud of!, the nearest I got to a degree was when I burnt my hand, the doctor said "I had nearly a third degree burn"

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Yes you are right Sir, one does not need one ;)

A degree in the university of life would be advantageous though.

Lucy :)

Exactly.

Lucy :)

Yet again, I must agree with you, Lucy :) Sorry if this is becoming too much a habit and making you :eek:

When I was young ( many moons ago :( ), only the select few went to University and got Degrees. I never managed this myself, although a certain University did say to the institution I attended for my higher education that if they ( the Uni ) were allowed to set and mark our final exams, they would award us degrees. My own College refused to allow this, so I remain without a BSc. ( Does this matter ? I ask myself ! )

In those days ( violins for the "oldies" please Maestro ) there were Technical Colleges where folks could achieve things like HNC, HND, NVQ and the like, which were considered perfectly acceptable to progress to a good career in a chosen field.

IMHO, things have "dumbed down" since then, and those great institutions of yesteryear have become "Universities" ( deliberate inverted commas ! ) awarding "Degrees". A degree in under-water basket weaving is NOT the equivalent of a good trade qualification or having passed a proper apprenticeship,( again IMHO. :unsure: )

As you say, Lucy, the University of Life gives a better education than some of the modern day "Universities", so why spend the now quite considerable amounts of money needed to go to these places ? Except, perhaps, that young people can learn how to interact with with each other, get drunk together, look after their drunken mates, and probably ( with luck ) also learn about the wonders of sexual relationships, get them wrong and get them right, and form their sexual preferences to last them for the rest of their lives.

Is that where I discovered my own liking for tall, slim girls ? ( OK, Lucy, I'll make an exception for you, because I like your personality :) )

Jack :ph34r:

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If the profession becomes regulated a degree will probably be required to enter it

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Sorry but degrees mean f*** all to me. Ive got one and it hasnt helped my career at all,in fact I'd have a fair bit more money in the bank if I hadnt done the degree( uni fee's,living costs etc)

Apart from a piece of paper saying you achieved X degree blah blah it doesnt mean much else.Some people attach too much prestige to degree's..sure you have to work hard but I found my A levels(not that kind no!) harder than the degree.

If a wg was working as a pure indie then I guess an accounting qualification might help but apart from that, her success as a w.g will depend on her looks, personality and maybe natural business acumen.

Ive got nothing against a wg using the 'degree' or 'well educated' line to attract clients, its marketing and fair play to them.Especially in their industry, trying to stand out could be quite important just as it would for a civvie applying for a job or a product being sold by a company etc Either way Im here to judge a wg based on her grades.

Just to add, a degree does not equal 'well edcuated' in my opinion.without being snobbish, a degree from the uni of east london cant be compared to one from the london school of economics...the prospects are v different depending on which your degree came from and some uni's 'acamedic' standards are a complete joke

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"Well Educated" doent have anything to do with "degree" for what I care.

Politeness and general knowledge show a good education.

a degree shows some capabilities do do exams and suck up to examinators.

Regards

Ptr

(in case you wonder: Masters degree in engineering, graduated in the 80s)

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I get the impression that there are many more degree educated escorts around these days. Is this a sign of the times, or the Belle de Jour factor? Well educated girls who enjoy sex see it as a good money spinner to fund perhaps a business project or property buying perhaps?

Over the last few years I've seen at least eight girls that have degrees. They are not those that have just graduated as I don't see girls that young. Most are in the 30 to 50 age range.

Has anyone else noticed the same?

No i havent but its not a relevant thing to me to ask so i wouldnt know anyway, and i couldnt care less what a WGs level of education is, only how good a WG she is which has sweet fuck all to do with qualifications in my years of punting.

When a degree is mentioned on a profile/site its often in my observances combined with a high rate that doesnt interest me, so as long as smart enough to convince me she is doing the job freely her education is her business, i dont mind if a WG wishes to discuss it in the breaks though.

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Yes you are right Sir, one does not need one ;) A degree in the university of life would be advantageous though. Lucy :)
Yes you are right Sir, one does not need one ;) A degree in the university of life would be advantageous though. Lucy :)

Give me a WG with a degree in the university of life any day over a bit of paper or a plush education. :)

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Is that where I discovered my own liking for tall, slim girls ? ( OK, Lucy, I'll make an exception for you, because I like your personality :) )

Has anyone else read that like a back handed compliment?

At 5 foot 5 inches and a size 12, I hardly think I am a chubby short arse Sir!

Lucy :)

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If you are drawn to smart girls, as I am, a degree means that it is a bit more likely that they are smart. Nothing guaranteed though. Intelligence and education only overlap.

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a degree doesn't really mean much these days. i'm currently studying right now...and the further i get, the more i realize how pointless it is. i've only got one year left, so i may as well finish, but do i feel any more employable? not really. and i'm going to be left with an insane amount of debt.

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Two of mine have degrees, good ones not Mickey Mouse ones.

The one who decided she could not be bothered to go to uni and went off travelling and working here and there is now on 44k a year, she is only educated to A level standard as well.

She is an example of being in the right place at the right time and also knowing her own worth and asking for it.

In my days, the clever ones stayed on for 6th form and did two A levels as a rule, the cleverer ones did three A levels.

University education was for the more well off ones when I was at school, most of us went straight in to work.

Long gone really are the days that you could blag your way in to a job with out any qualifications.

"Degree educated" or "young student" typed on a ladies profile is just a form of marketing done by the lady thinking it will attract a certain market.

It is up to the bloke if he sees it as a selling point or not.

Lucy :)

Edited by Lucy7

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Has anyone else read that like a back handed compliment?

At 5 foot 5 inches and a size 12, I hardly think I am a chubby short arse Sir!

Lucy :)

Thank for the "Sir" in there Lucy, although I suspect that it was also a back handed compliment too !

I really need to try a 5' 5" size 12 lady, anyway, so are you up for this ?

Jack :ph34r:

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