U.S. Workers Take Slightly More Vacation

    Even though U.S. workers took 5 percent more vacation days in 2016 vs. 2014, they still gave up a total of 662 million days, according to U.S. Travel’s Project: Time Off report. Taking those otherwise lost vacation days could mean an additional $128 billion in direct spending on hotels and other travel brands. Read more.

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