Australian College Students Turn To Sugar Daddies

Australia ranks as the fourth largest country for online Sugar Babies seeking Sugar Daddies. And just as in most other countries, college students make up the majority of the Sugar Baby demographic; there are an estimated one million college Sugar Babies worldwide.

College life is expensive and instead of settling for a low-paid part-time job, like their counterparts around the world, a growing number of Australian college students are seeking wealthy older benefactors to take care of the bills.

The average income for a Sugar Daddy is USD$250,000 a year, with Sugar Babies receiving a median of $3,000 – $5,000 a month.

And as with other countries around the world, the number of Sugar Babies outnumbers Sugar Daddies greatly Down Under. According to figures, there are roughly 7680 Sugar Babies in Queensland, with just 530 “Sugar Daddies” and “Sugar Mommies” to go round. The disparity in Sydney is even greater, with approximately 14, 500 Sugar Babies and only 800 Sugar Daddies and Mommies. Melbourne had 9210 sugar babies, and 640 Sugar Daddies and Mommies.
Top 20 Universities in Australia for Sugar Babies:

1. The University of Sydney
2. The University of Newcastle
3. Deakin University
4. La Trobe University
5. Curtin University
6. The Australian National University
7. The University of Adelaide
8. Edith Cowan University
9. Monash University
10. Victoria University
11. The University of Melbourne
12. Australian Catholic University
13. University of South Australia
14. The University of Western Australia
15. RMIT University
16. The University of Queensland
17. Macquarie University
18. Griffith University
19. The University of New England
20. Murdoch University



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