Working in the food and bev industry in college myself, tipping is always something I take seriously. I won't "punish" a server for an issue that wasn't their fault by deducting from their tip and I always make sure the appropriate tip is left, even if there is a discount applied bringing the actual total down.

I was surprised to see that Idaho is actually the number one state in the country when it comes to tipping! I was not surprised, however, to see that Hawaii is the worst state in tipping. With how expensive things are in Hawaii, I feel like it makes sense that people try to skim where they feel like they can.

I generally leave 20% on all services, because I just don't know what the average is these days!

Do you leave a set percentage for tips, or does it vary based on the situation or place? Such as delivery, restaurants, salon or spa services, etc.

You can see the full list of states and how they ranked, HERE.



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