|Above, an ad for a Yokohama "delivery health" outcall service with a flight attendant theme.|
It appears that salaries for flight attendants in Japan aren't what they used to be.
The Tokyo Reporter has posted a story that says slumping salaries are forcing some flight attendants to take up the world's oldest profession on a part-time basis in order to supplement their incomes.
According to the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, salaries for Japan’s flight attendants have slumped significantly over the past decade.
From 2004 to 2013, the average annual wage of a stewardess, aged between 25 and 29, dropped from 4.98 million to 3.91 million yen, the report said.
This has lead to some stewardesses engaging in a selection of sultry services on the side, reports Shukan Post (Dec. 26), which provides a number of confessionals.One such service is a "delivery health" outcall sex service that specializes in stewardesses.
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