Which Escorts Are Actually Good?
The Atlantic’s Robert Kagan wrote in his 2014 book The End of Men that escorts were once the bread and butter of American women, and now, as they have fallen out of favor, they have been replaced by modern-day escort agencies, which offer services like “sex tourism” and “escort tours.”
Kagan, whose book has since become a best-seller, was not alone in his criticism of the industry.
While many escorts have a more wholesome image, like a professional model, or are even paid well for their services, many are not.
They are just people doing the job for a living, and it’s often not about escorting the men, it’s about getting a quick buck, Kagan said.
“There’s a lot of bad stuff going on in escorting,” he told Business Insider.
In an interview with The Daily Beast, Kahan said it’s important to remember that escorting is a profession, and that there is no such thing as a “right” way to be an escort.
But, he added, “It’s not just a job for men.
It’s a career.”
The Escort Industry and the Gender Pay Gap The number of escorts in the U.S. has declined in recent years, according to a report from the Center for Women & Gender in Society (CWPHS) that examined the data from the National Center for Health Statistics.
According to the report, in 2016, escorts earned a median wage of $10.84 an hour in the United States, down from $15.60 in 2011, and $17.90 in 2000.
This is the lowest median hourly wage for any profession in the country, according a report published in the Journal of Business and Economics in 2014.
In 2017, the median hourly pay for an escort in the state of California was $12.50 an hour, down 13.6% from $16.80 in 2000, and 5.4% from 2006.
This has led to an even wider gap between the pay and job performance of female escorts compared to their male counterparts.
According a 2015 report from American Association of Suites, more than three-quarters of women working in the entertainment industry earn less than $50,000 annually, and nearly 70% earn less that $30,000.
The industry, which has long struggled with low pay and discrimination, has also seen the decline in its male representation.
According the study, of the men working in entertainment, 70% earned more than $200,000 a year, and 30% earned less than that.
However, while male escorts are still a significant portion of the work force in the industry, they are a shrinking share.
The number and percentage of male escort agencies have increased from 6% in 2010 to 35% in 2017.
The decline in male escorting has been particularly notable in the sex industry, where women are making up more than half of escorting work, according the 2017 report. According