Why One Woman Quit Her $70,000-A-Year Desk Job To Become A High-End Escort

Is there an upside to quitting your job? Stephen Dubner explores this in the latest Freakonomics podcast.

Here’s a two-minute interview Dubner had with a woman named “Allie,” who quit her stable, $70,000 a year job for one that’s not considered legitimate.

Shocking, right?

People quit their jobs for strategic reasons — more money, less stress, more time with the family, etc. This podcast episode is fascinating, and if you prefer to read it, you can do so here.

This post originally appeared at Bundle.

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