May 23, 2017American Vacation Usage Rises Dramatically, Study Finds
New Report Shows Gender, Generation, and Seniority May Predict Vacation Behavior
American work culture may be on the verge of major change. For the first time in fifteen years, vacation usage is on the rise. Employees reported using an average of 16.8 vacation days in 2016, up from 16.2 days the year before. In this infographic, Project: Time Off demonstrates the positive impact of planning for vacation and the cost of leaving days on the table. Read on to see what the use of these lost days would mean for the economy.