“Tip your server” is something a server would say.
People who sell better foods and drinks tend to earn less than the primary consumers of better foods and drinks.
Consuming better foods and drinks is a useful tactic to better represent and produce them.
In order to enter the market as a consumer, these laborers might explore alternative ways to shift or minimize the other costs of living – no kids, no pets, no car, minimized housing costs.
Is this poverty or wealth?
I’d reckon it depends on the health outcomes. If the BLS doesn’t know what these are then maybe we can consider anecdotal and circumstantial evidence.
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