Nova Scotia is Canada’s second smallest province. However, with just under a million people residing there, it is also Canada’s second most densely populated. Stripper jobs in Nova Scotia are sparsely available. They run on the ‘lap dance system‘ whereby, dancers pay fees or percentages to the gentlemen’s club and the rest of the money they keep.
The clubs in Nova Scotia also charge tip outs for the DJ and back of house. Drinks commission is not offered to the girls but there is one club that will pay a minimum wage on quiet day shifts. Dancers can end up out of pocket on a quiet night. As a result, there is a sense of urgency in the method of selling a dance.Unlike jobs in Europe, Nova Scotia stripper jobs can also offer day shifts. this is a great offer for many dancers that has a family to take care of and that will find night shifts hard to deal with for that matter.
Exotic dancer jobs in Nova Scotia works on the Lap dance system.
All club dancers will do turns on stage, regardless of location. In addition to their dance commissions, stripper jobs in Nova Scotia allow the girls to command tips for their stage performances. The Exotic dancer jobs in Nova Scotia works on the Lap Dance system, that means the dancers pay for a secure environment and potential customers. The pay out works in different ways, it can be that the dancers must pay a house fee and on top of that also pay the house mum, DJ and the security.
Clubs in Nova Scotia can also be open in the daytime.
Compared to the European market, there is a more day and night routine to many clubs in Nova Scotia. So dancers can choose between working a day shift or a night shift. This opens up for a lot more opportunities for this that are limited in how to set up a working schedule that fits in to the rest of society.
Feature dancer jobs in Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia strip clubs have a busy feature dancer circuit, similar to Australia, the USA and New Zealand. Feature dancers differ from club dancers whereby, they don’t work for commission and, instead, are paid set fees for choreographed shows that are 15-20 minutes in length. These are very elaborate shows with costumes, props and edited music following a theme.
Canada has very strict laws for illegal workers.
The government in Nova Scotia class strippers as sex workers so there are further restrictions. Clubs and agencies has to be 100% correct with there paper work, if not you can get into serious trouble. You basically have to be born in Canada or have a permanent citizenship to work legally here. If you do have this in order, the clubs in Nova Scotia have a very accepting culture for all types of dancers with a unique appearance. The culture is very accepting of things such as tattoos and piercings. Therefore, these would not discount girls from working, even in the high end clubs.
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