Occupation and finances greatly affect food choices. These affect food choices in three different ways. Physical, social and economic demands are different based on your job and how much income you make. It affects food choice in a physical way by the demands of the job. If you work very long, or strenuous hours then that will greatly affect your food choices. It also affects food choice in a social way.
If you have a very social occupation where you are expected to mingle and socialize with your peers then you will most likely eat out at restaurants and events. Finally, it affects it in an economic way. Your income affects quantity and quality of food.