Waitress who works at Hooters shows off how much she makes in tips and goes viral

Hooters waitresses receive generous tips, in contrast to their low wages.

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Kirsten Songer is a very versatile girl, she is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and now attends medical school, She is a tiktoker and a waitress at Hooters, where she receives generous tips.

Songer became known on TikTok last year for sharing what her day was like working as a waitress at Hooters and today the 22-year-old girl goes viral again because she revealed how much she earns a week from the tips she receives.

In a short clip the attractive young woman shows the money she received for a week. According to account, their tips were between $ 50 and $ 408 dollars per day ($ 1,000 and $ 8,200 Mexican pesos). He also points out that he received an extra $ 60 dollars ($ 1,200 Mexican pesos) that a client gave him just for talking with him.

Well, it turns out that the young woman comments that earned about $ 1,310 dollars (approximately $ 26,200 Mexican pesos) in tips during a week, which means that your annual income potential could be around $ 70,000 dollars ($ 1,400,000 Mexican pesos).

Kristen confessed another fact that amazed her followers on TikTok: her official salary as a waitress at Hooters is $ 2.13 dollars ($ 42.6 Mexican pesos) per hour in South Carolina.

In the United States, anyone who works in a restaurant, regardless of the state, must receive a minimum payment of $ 7.25 per hour, including tips (about $ 146 Mexican pesos).

A few days ago, Hooters raised the controversy because it wanted its staff to wear uniforms that, according to the workers, “looked like underwear.” One of the arguments to defend the provocative uniforms by the restaurant chain, is that increase the amount of tips girls receive.

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