A new study explores the custom of tippings in the United States.
Many Americans give tips to the people who perform a job for them,
especially workers in the service industry. They pay a litter extra to people
cutting their hair , driving them across town and serving them a meal at a
researchers found that man give bigger tips to restaurant workers
than woman . It also found people allied with the Republican Party give
bigger tips than supporters of the Damocratic Party. And people who lived in
the northen U.S. are more genorous with tips than those living in the South
servey found that people who earn $50,000 or more a year give bigger tips than
those who earn less than $50,000. One likely reason: A wealthier people have
more money to spend.
are very important to service employees. People who work at restaurant often
get most of their earnings from tips.
Americans generally tip between 15 to 20 percent at restaurants and leave from
$2 to $10 a day for the people who clean their hotel rooms. Tips of 15 percent
are also common for people who drive taxis.
is something to keep in mind , if you are able to give the person serving you a
tip or a bigger one than what is expected, your generosity will be wellcome .
Many service workers do not make much money, and even an extra dollar or two can
make a diffrence in their lives.