Saturday, October 25, 2014

Five Reasons Americans Are Taking Less Vacation Than They Have In 40 Years

Americans taking fewest vacation days in four decades . . .

"Americans are work martyrs," says the U.S. Travel Association. "Tied to the office, they leave more and more paid time off unused each year, forfeiting their earned benefits and, in essence, work for free."

According to the study, in 2013 U.S. employees took an average of 16 days of vacation, compared with an average of 20.3 days as recently as 2000.

Why? Studies show there are five primary reasons.

You can read about them here:


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