SexyJobs.com is owned and operated by InfoNet Publications, based in Malibu, California. The mission of SexyJobs.com is to provide an effective and easy-to-use employment resource for the adult entertainment industry. Our commitment is two-fold: To help job seekers locate the best jobs and to help employers recruit the best talent. We believe that an online venue where employers and job seekers are kept well-informed about opportunities benefits all parties and leads to a productive, innovative and ethical industry.

Our intent is to continually improve and expand upon the services we offer job seekers and employers. To date, over 250,000 job seekers and employers have joined our site. Performers who got their start on SexyJobs include Alanah Rae, Allison Moore, Andi Anderson, Ashli Orion, Belle Knox, Brad Star, Bree Daniels, Bree Olson, Britney Young, Cali Carter, Cherie DeVille, Codi Carmichael, Coralyn Jewel, Desi and Elli Fox, Ember Reigns, Eva Angelina, Eve Laurence, Haydee Rodriguez, Jade Rose, Jasmine Tame, Jason Raze, Jay Landford, Jenny Hendrix, Jessica Kaine, Jessica Ryan, Jon Jon, Kagney Linn Karter, Kara Bare, Kelly Leigh, Kiko Lee, Kylie Richards, Lana Violet, Leah Wilde, Lily Carter, Mackenzie Star, Maddie Luv, Maya Bijou, Mika Kani, Missy Stone, Moe the Monster, Monica and Jessica Sexxxton, Nadia Ali, Natasha Nice, Nichole Bennett, Riley Mason, Roxanne Rae, Sasha Knox, Savannah Fox, Shirley Andrews, Sierra Skye, Summer Carter, Taryn Thomas, Tatiyana Foxx, Tia Ling, Tiffany Brooks and many, many more.

Feel free to check the recent news coverage of SexyJobs.com, as well as our testimonials from employers and testimonials from jobseekers. We are grateful to everyone for helping to make SexyJobs.com the industry leader, as confirmed by Alexa's independent traffic ranking:

“SexyJobs.com, the Monster.com of the adult entertainment industry”
— The Huffington Post, 1/17/2013 {Show all news}

We'd like to take this opportunity to affirm our commitment to worldwide peace and love. We believe the expression of human sexuality can serve as a healthy conduit toward this goal. Such expression, whether for work or play, must always occur between consenting adults in an environment of mutual respect and consideration. To learn more about the possibilities, we recommend the following resources*:

*This site is in no way affiliated with the above resouces and earns no revenue from recommending them.