By Bill Doyle

A new study says that people who have sex four times a week make more money than those who have less frequent sex. Well, in Greece, anyway.

The study, reported on The Huffington Post, asked Greeks how often they had sex, whether they were employed, and how much they earned, among other questions. The difference in income between the four times a week crowd and the less often group was deemed to be "statistically significant."

The study did not, however, conclude that more sex leads to more money, just that the two are correlated. It could be, for instance, that people who have more sex are generally more happy, have higher self-esteem, and less depression, all of which could lead to higher pay. Also, in the dating world, people who are high earners attract more dates and, therefore, more sex.