The Washington Post puts a new spin on professional women:
[Brian] Ross [of ABC] said the list includes the names of some “very prominent people,” as well as a number of women with “important and serious jobs” who had worked as escorts for the firm.
As ABC spins out this little game of “Ho Ho Ho, Who’s the Pro?” I think it’s interesting to note that these were apparently $300 girls. So according to the Sexual Value of a Woman formula, wherein SV=(P*(E/60)*(N*12), these women were worth around $8,125 apiece on an annual basis.
That’s six times more than the average woman, but it’s not enough to live on, especially in Washington DC. So they’d be expected to have jobs, and in Washington, all Federal jobs are considered to be “important and serious”.