RE: Stay at Home Gig Mom

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Seriously, in the screenshot shared there are more tips than the service payment. In my country, I have never heard of tipping.



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In the UK and Australia we use tips as a thank you for especially good service. It's basically a gift of a small amount of extra money on top of the required costs, but we don't often give tips and they aren't expected. In the US it seems to have become almost a requirement to tip, because many people working in serving jobs don't earn a living wage from the pay, so tips make up for a lot of their income. Judging by the screenshot, though, it seems tips are actually the main part of the pay.

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Quite informative. It means the tradition and social behaviours have an immense effect on how much a particular work may bring to the table

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Yes, tipping makes up the majority of a Dasher’s income. Without tipping it wouldn't be worth doing this service.

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