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40% of Americans Leave Vacation Days on the Table

40% of Americans Leave Vacation Days on the Table

Fear of being replaced and work piling up coupled with a lack of employer support and communication is keeping Americans from using the time off they have earned, according to the new study, Overwhelmed America: Why Don’t We Use Our ...

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Air Travel Hassles Cause $5.8B in Lost Hotel Revenue

Air Travel Hassles Cause $5.8B in Lost Hotel Revenue

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Security lines and checked-bag fees are among the well-publicized headaches of air travel, but passengers’ No. 1 concern is flight delays and cancellations, according to a survey conducted by the independent firm ResearchNow for the U.S. Travel Association. An ...

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Travel Industry Jobs Fall Just Short of Full Recovery

Travel Industry Jobs Fall Just Short of Full Recovery

Despite the slowing pace of overall job growth in December, the travel industry continued to make significant gains, adding 11,000 jobs. The numbers represent 15 percent of the country’s overall employment gains last month. “Looking back at 2013, while the ...

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Government Shutdown to Affect Travel Industry

Government Shutdown to Affect Travel Industry

On the morning of Oct. 1, after Congress and the Senate failed to come to an agreement on a spending bill, parts of the government deemed nonessential for operations officially shut down—and the impact could have lasting effects for the ...

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