It's a mostly non nude studio.
There is a big difference between 0 and say 800 EU a month for a performer. And I had assumed that they would be more likely to be making 2000 EU net to them.
I've been told differently, with a comparison as to other work.
So from a studios standpoint-say a small studio has 3 rooms, two per room, 168 hours in a week. So say that is three 40 hours weeks times 6 cams. So this is 24 performers doing 40 hour shifts.
If each (say all are very low performing girls) did 500 EUs a month net to them and were on 50/50 split with studio. This still means 12,000 EU a month for the small studio. Is that enough for a studio, run by a couple, to make a decent living there, after all their costs? At a very very minimum, wouldn't that be a decent small business there? Or wouldn't it certainly pay better than being a performer?
As to talking on Yahoo, there are rules against it at work, but can sneak on and off, or when boss is away, or is sometimes otherwise tolerated. But my friend and her collegues generally are busy in open chat with 5-15 guests, or are in pvts of intermitent durations.
So here we are talking about marginal earners, who are applying themselves to work, with their own set of rules, and otherwise tolerating the job making the best of it. It's not apparent to guests that this isn't the first chosen profession.
BTW, I really appreciate both of your input and thoughts.