The sex industry is changing, with an estimated 5 million people choosing to work in the industry in 2016.
But in the years since the industry was born, there have been some major issues.
Some sex workers have been forced into a more dangerous environment.
Others are being driven out of the industry altogether.
Now a new study aims to help them find their next career path.
This week’s edition of Sex and the City: The Next Generation explores the changing industry and offers tips on how to get started.
Story continues below advertisement The study, released Wednesday by the National Centre for the Study of Sex Work in Canada (NSW) and the Canadian Centre for Sexual Health, examines how sex workers navigate the workplace and their health.
It also examines the impact that a legal, regulated industry like the sex trade has had on the sex industry, and how it can be made safer.
Here’s a look at what’s changed and what needs to change.
How the sex business works What are the main industries of the sex workers in Canada?
The sex trade is a lucrative and highly regulated industry in Canada.
It was legalized in 1995, and in 2010, a new, separate, and stricter version of the act was put in place.
It requires a license from the federal government and permits certain kinds of work (like buying and selling sex).
It also has the added responsibility of ensuring that it is operating in a safe and sanitary environment.
This means the government regulates what is and isn’t allowed, and is able to levy fines and penalties for certain types of misconduct.
This also includes inspections of the premises and the safety of workers.
A recent study by the University of Toronto found that only 13 per cent of the 1,817 licensed sex workers surveyed in the province were willing to report unsafe conditions, and only two per cent felt safe when they did.
The report also found that about 30 per cent said they had had a “severe” experience with the law and that most said they felt they could be charged with criminal offences.
How much does it cost?
There are different types of licenses available in Canada, each with a different amount of money to pay.
Some of the most common types of licences, like the Professional Sex Workers’ Licence (PSL), are $50,000 to $75,000, while the Provincial Sex Workers Licence and Registration (PSWR) is $200,000.
There are also licences for massage and body piercing, and some that require a massage or other sexual activity.
However, sex workers are often unable to get those licences because they do not meet the minimum requirements, such as being under 18, or not being married.
Some provinces, like Ontario, require sex workers to get a licence before they can engage in sex work.
How many licensed sex work workers are there?
There are currently more than 1.5 million licensed sex industry workers in the country, according to the study.
The number is expected to grow.
It’s estimated that at least 1,500 licensed sex worker workers are employed in Canada each year.
According to the NSW, about 90 per cent are women.
It says that these numbers are “unlikely to be an underestimate” and that it “is important that we continue to hear from women and girls in the sex worker community and from the wider Canadian sex worker communities.”
It’s important to note that the number of licensed sex labour workers is actually down from 2015, when the study was conducted.
The decline was due to a decrease in the number who applied for licences and because fewer people were willing and able to get them.
According the study, there are now only about 1,200 licensed sex trade workers in Ontario.
The government of Ontario says that about half of those in the workforce are women and that the majority of these women are aged between 25 and 29.
How does the industry change?
Many aspects of the work itself change.
There’s more flexibility and more flexibility means less supervision and control.
It means sex workers can be in the market and work as long as they want.
This allows for them to make decisions about where they work, where they buy or sell, and what they do at the end of the day.
There also are more safety and health concerns.
A study in the journal Sexually Transmitted Infections found that women working in the workplace were more likely to have contracted HIV, and that HIV-positive women were more at risk for depression, anxiety and depression-related issues.
There is also more of a stigma attached to the industry, as well as an increase in the frequency of stigma around sex workers.
The industry also is changing as a result of legislation.
For instance, in 2013, the Government of Canada’s Anti-Rape and Violence Against Women Act (A.R.V.A.) was passed.
It makes it illegal to discriminate against or sexually harass someone because of their sex, sexual orientation or gender identity. It