The Tricky Topic of Tipping

Paul, Pamela; Gardyn, Rebecca
May 2001
American Demographics;May2001, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p10
Discusses the custom of tipping. Results of a survey conducted by Horsham, Pennsylvania-based research firm Taylor Nelson Sofres Intersearch; Inconsistencies in how people tip; Speculation that tipping is a custom that will endure in the future.


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