I have a standart tariff. 1 buck if check is lower than 15 bucks. 5 bucks if 15<x<50; 10 if 50<x<200; 20 if >200.
Damn, I took a cab from Emeryville to SFO this morning and it cost me 70 bucks, so I tipped the guy 10. I hope that was enough but it was pretty expensive in the first place.
I go with the standard 15%. It can go up or down depending on the service.
BYU 1984 National Champs.
So, what is the standard now? I know 15 years ago or so it was 15%. I'd usually tip 20% because I wanted to be a good tipper. Now it seems 20% is the standard. If I'm not leaving more than 20% am I just leaving the expected minimum? Anyone out there waiting tables right now? I'd like to know what the average tip is and when you feel like you've gotten a good tip?
I play b-ball with my pals every Thursday night - we always go out after wards to one of the local restaurant/bar (emphasis on the bar part).
I left a 93% tip.
Does it irk anyone else that some waiter/waitress can get like 50 bucks an hour or more by just waiting tables when their job requires the same amount of education as any minimum wage job?
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Having an education and making money shouldn't have any correlation.
What you can provide people, or what you can provide the company you are working for, should equate to how much money you make.
Sometimes your education gets you in the door, but the attitude in America that just because you have a school education you deserve to make more money is ****ing retarded.