Do You Use All Your Vacation Days?

Expedia conducted a recent study into 8,535 employed adults in 24 countries, and Candyce H. Stapen writes for USA Today about their findings. When it comes to rollover vacation days, Americans leave an average of 12 days unused. Out of 18 possible vacation days in Japan, they used up an average of seven, while South Koreans used an average seven out of a possible 10. Roughly a quarter of rollover vacation days are eventually used. But there is one funny stat to cite—the French take a resounding 30 days of vacation, and yet 90 percent of them still feel vacation-deprived. Yeesh! You can read the full article here:

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