Social Digest, The State of American Vacation 2016

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Did you #TakeADay? @ProjectTimeOff found Americans leave 658 million vacation days unused: http://bit.ly/1ZEzREg

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Did you #TakeADay last year? Project: Time Off found American workers left a record-setting 658 million vacation days unused in 2015: http://bit.ly/1ZEzREg

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Did you #TakeADay last year? @ProjectTimeOff found American workers left a record-setting 658 million vacation days unused in 2015.

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The solution to making sure you #TakeADay? Grab a calendar and plan your time off. http://bit.ly/1ZELYkz

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The solution to making sure you #TakeADay? Grab a calendar and plan your time off. http://bit.ly/1ZELYkz

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The solution to making sure you #TakeADay? Grab a calendar and plan your time off. 

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Are you on the verge of burnout? #TakeADay to recharge. 

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Are you on the verge of burnout? #TakeADay to recharge. You can thank us later.

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Are you on the verge of burnout? #TakeADay to recharge. You can thank us later.

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Help us spark discussion around our latest report, The State of American Vacation 2016, by sharing Project: Time Off’s message on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Use these pre-written social media posts or make them your own by sharing in your voice or customizing images. Add #TakeADay to your posts to join the conversation or tag @ProjectTimeOff. 

America is at a critical crossroads between taking vacation back or letting it go extinct. Fortunately, the report suggests there are glimmers of hope for real progress, and there is a path forward. Will you join us in reclaiming America’s Lost Week?