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According to a poll taken in 1998 (15 years ago), 64% of the population thought prostitution was immoral and should be made illegal, whereas 29% saw it as a job like any other.

Fifty nine percent (64% of women) believed that prostitutes do what they do because they like it.

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Other complementary courses of professional formation, such as, beauty courses, personal care, budget planning, as well as vocational courses for alternative sources of income also are offered by the associations, in several states.

Access to the career is open to those who are 18 or older; the average education is between fourth and seventh grade.

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The government's website on prostitution Brazil’s Labor and Employment Ministry Primer on Sex Professional, offering advice for those who wish to become prostitutes, has been the source of controversy, with some accusing the government of encouraging prostitution.