Students turning to sex work to cope with rising tuition fees and living costs, says NUS report | News | Student | The Independent

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Students in the UK are being driven to work in the sex industry in order to cope with the rising cost of living and university tuition fees. More than half of those already in the industry – 67 per cent – have turned to sex work to be able to pay for living expenses, such as food and bills, followed by 53 per cent who need the money to pay for rent.

Source: Students turning to sex work to cope with rising tuition fees and living costs, says NUS report | News | Student | The Independent