The better your sex life, the more you’ll earn, according to a study.
Employees who have sex two or three times a week earn 4.5 per cent more than those who have sex less often.
And workers with health problems who are sexually active earn 1.5 per cent more than those with similar ailments who are not sexually active.
Researchers looked at responses from 7,500 people to a behavioural study by universities in Greece to analyse the effect of sexual activity on wages.
Study leader Dr Nick Drydakis, of Anglia Ruskin University, said lower wages mean less sex and less sex also means less pay.
He said: ‘Does lack of sex lead to lower wages or lower wages lead to less sex?