People who have more sex are more likely to earn higher wages, according to new research from the Institute for the Study of Labor.
The report looked at data from a year-long study of 7,500 Greek households. It found that people who had sex more than four times a week earned significantly higher wages.
The study suggests that it could be because people who have frequent sex tend to be happier, have higher self-esteem and may even have better reasoning ability. It also found that this association was higher among people between the ages of 26 and 50 years old.
The researcher behind the study cautions the findings only show a link between sexual activity and wages. He said that having more sex does not mean you will get a raise.