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The Dirt

By dave rock

Confessions of an adult talent agency

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Porn May Affect Future Employment:

What to Expect…

For years the adult industry has been a great way for individuals to support themselves and loved ones. It’s also common, for talent to use the quick and large amounts of money it can yield, to obtain a higher education. However, if you don’t give your educational goals the proper consideration, you may find yourself regretting your experience in the adult industry.

Careers that require extensive background checks like, law enforcement, politics or teaching are typically extremely conservative when considering people with an adult industry background. Porn, is probably not a good idea if any of those types of career choices are in your aspirations. If you’re fixated on a particular career in life, do your research, and make sure it’s still an option if your adult career becomes known to a potential employer.

Don’t panic! The number of occupations where a porn background has zero-effect, far outnumber the ones where it does. The Internet provides an abundance of affordable educational options for just about any career path you choose. There are also tens of thousands of small business owners who live very comfortable lifestyles, supporting themselves through online businesses and their identity is never disclosed. So don’t think just because you have worked in the adult industry you have no options.

While it’s unclear exactly how each individual’s future will be affected, it’s important to do your research on different occupations to make sure your past employment won’t be an issue. Once you settle on your passion, check your local state, junior and vocational colleges to determine costs, so that you may invest in your future and put a plan into action.

“It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat  back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things.” … Leonardo da Vinci