Millennials Are Working on Vacations They're Afraid to TakeBy
If rest and relaxation do the body good, most Americans are in bad shape. Just 47 percent of U.S. adults are using all their paid vacation time, down from 60 percent two years ago, a survey by Alamo Rent A Car LLC shows. Millennials are the worst culprits, with nearly two-thirds admitting to leaving days on the table and even more feeling “shamed” for requesting time off. When millennials -- those born roughly between 1981 and 2000 -- do take their days, more than half say they feel pressure to work poolside anyways, according to the survey results released this week.
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