Police spokeswoman Monique Bond did not respond to requests for comment on the study's finding.
The study found full-time prostitutes made on average less than 20,000 a single women looking for sex year.
"With other prostitutes I would always worry about how they'd react to unpredictable situations or whether they had the flexibility necessary to take on any and all jobs." "I've shelled out a lot of money for a lot of hookers in my life, and let.
According to the study, Fridays were the sex trade's busiest days, Mondays the slowest.A draft report of the study was presented last week at an economics conference in New Orleans.University of Chicago professor and "Freakonomics" author Steven.4) The River North neighborhood, around Clark Street between Kinzie and Grand.It's not just a business transaction.".
Levitt and sociology professor Sudhir Venkatesh of Columbia University are the authors of the two-year study of street-level prostitution in Chicago's Roseland, Washington Park and Pullman neighborhoods.
9) Brighton Park, along 47th Street between Kedzie and Western.Unfortunately, our website is currently unavailable in most European countries."The last thing you want during a raging blizzard is to get stuck with a prostitute who's not up to the task when it really counts." "Seriously, if it weren't for cold-weather prostitutes, I don't think I'd ever leave the house he added.In Pullman, prostitutes worked with one of four pimps, while in Roseland prostitutes worked the streets on their own.By John Dodge, chicago (CBS the worlds oldest profession is alive and well all over Chicago and crosses all demographic, economic and geographic strata.8) Washington Park, on Prairie Avenue between 47th and 57th streets."You won't find me riding around with anything less this winter.".Seasonal spikes in demand drove up prices, bringing more women into the market.
"Since getting in the business five years ago, I've yet to hear of a single customer who's been let down by these hookers.
Levitt, whose best-selling book "Freakonomics" made him a nationally known economist, and Venkatesh are refusing to comment on the study and asked its findings not be published because it was still preliminary and incomplete.
Many members of the Chicago business community have come out in favor of cold-weather prostitutes.