Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Vacations Skipped, New Survey Says
That's the depressing findings from a new survey released today by Radisson Hotels. Some 1000 Americans were polled, 48% of whom admitted leaving half or all of their vacation days on the table. (That's out of an average of 18 days per year). Fear of overload upon return to work was cited as a major reason.
But despite these findings Americans still want more vacation time. Nearly a quarter of the respondents said they'd trade 5% of their salaries for more time to kick back.
USA Today has good coverage of all the results of the study. To see their piece, click here.