Vegas strip joint hiring high school grads looking to earn money for college

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LAS VEGAS, NV – School’s out for summer for high school graduates. And for some of them, this is the time to figure out how to pay for their college tuition.

Most choose the more traditional route, like student loans or grants.

Others break into those college savings.

But the Little Darlings strip joint in Las Vegas, Nevada is offering young ladies an opportunity to get a leg up on their college expenses, a dollar at a time.

Manager Rick Marzullo says more and more women strut the stage and ride the pole to pay for rising tuition.

"We all know the economy isn't all that great. It's kind of hard to find jobs sometimes. This is an open door for young women 18 and up to come and make some good money.”

It’s also good for his business, which he says can always use fresh faces.

As expected, some people don’t have a problem with this, while other do.

Dancing for dollars. A subject with opinions that are poles apart.