Social Digest, The State of American Vacation 2017

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Employees who forfeit vacation time are less likely to receive a raise or bonus than those who take their time off. #TakeADay http://bit.ly/2rM4UTI

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Employees who forfeit vacation time are less likely to receive a raise or bonus than those who take their time off. #TakeADay http://bit.ly/2rM4UTI

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New research from @ProjectTimeOff shows employees who forfeit vacation time are less likely to receive a raise or bonus than those who take their time off. #TakeADay

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Get your vacation on the calendar, get out of the office, and get happy. #PlanForVacation http://bit.ly/2rLZhoz  

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Those who #PlanForVacation take more time off and are happier. Get your vacation on the calendar, get out of the office, and get happy. http://bit.ly/2rLZhoz

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Adding your vacation dreams to the calendar is not only the best way to guarantee a much-needed break. According to @ProjectTimeOff, you’ll be happier for it. #PlanForVacation  

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Choosing your desk over time away isn’t getting you anywhere. #TakeADay http://bit.ly/2rcOTKm

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Choosing your desk over time away isn’t getting you anywhere. But new research shows 39% of employees still want to be seen as work martyrs. #TakeADay http://bit.ly/2rcOTKm

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Choosing your desk over time away isn’t getting you anywhere. But according to @ProjectTimeOff, 39% of employees still want to be seen as work martyrs. #TakeADay 

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Americans are finally seeing the (vacation) light. Vacation usage is trending up, but we still have a long way to go. #TakeADay http://bit.ly/2rPqQ02

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Americans are finally seeing the (vacation) light. Vacation usage is trending up, but we still have a long way to go to change our always-on work culture. #TakeADay http://bit.ly/2rPqQ02 

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Americans are finally seeing the (vacation) light. @ProjectTimeOff research shows vacation usage is trending up, but we still have a long way to go to change our always-on work culture. #TakeADay #PlanForVacation

Americans are using more time off after over a decade of decline. Despite this encouraging sign, taking time off continues to be a challenge in our always-on work culture and we have a long way to go to rewire our thinking. Our work culture may be on the verge of major change—be a part of it by joining the conversation.

Use these pre-written social media posts and graphics, or customize the content and share in your voice. Add #TakeADay or tag @ProjectTimeOff and help us make this year the year that American work culture began to change.