55% of US Workers Left Unused Vacation Time on the Table in 2015
According to a recent survey conducted by Project: Time Off, more than half of all American workers did not use all of their vacation time last year, which “marks the first time that the majority of American workers have left vacation days unused”. Human Resources Executive Online reports that this ongoing trend has resulted in a new buzzword: “under-vacationed”. The survey found that in 2015, an average of 16 paid time off days were expected to be used, compared to the 20.3 days the American worker took on average each year between 1978 and 2000.
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