Only about 1 in 3 strippers are actually stripping to put themselves through college.
The median age for a stripper is 24-years-old.
One of the most common reason for getting into stripping is "wanting to dance as a profession".
About 1 out of 10 strippers are married.
There are more than 9 female strippers for every 1 male stripper.
1 in 5 female strippers have dated a customer; versus 3 out of 4 male strippers.
A stripper can easily earn upwards of $122,000 a year.
8 out of 9 strippers would recommend stripping to a friend.
Only 1 in 8 strippers receives health benefits through their job.
A study by Leeds University has shown that most strippers come from middle class families.
Strippers make the most money while they are ovulating
Teaching is the most common day job of strippers with over 14% (of strippers with day jobs) working as one.
Strippers who get breast implants can receive a tax break by claiming them as a work expense.
For years, Canada has had a stripper shortage and for a while, Canadian strip clubs found ways to give foreign women Visas to relocate to Canada to fill the position.
According to a study done by Leeds University, 3 out of 4 strippers were satisfied with their jobs. On a scale of 0-10, 75% of the girls rated their job satisfaction between 7 and 10.
60% of strippers also have a day job.
Females make up about 92% of the stripping industry.
According to a recent study, 86.3 percent of people think stripping is a legitimate line of work... And about eight percent think it's prostitution.