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Re: Ever been guilty of leaving vacation days on the table?

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ah yes, @retiredtraveler, there's no better way to have an undisturbed vacation than to go camping!

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Nope. DW and I never had unused vacation days. Also never did work on vacation. The 'however' part of that is most of our work days were before PC's and cell phones, as is true of most boomers. 

    Pretty hard to communicate when you're tent camping, and there are no phones or PC's. Oh darn!


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By now, it’s almost a cliché to point out what a terrible job Americans do at relaxing. But it’s worth taking a closer look at the latest numbers: Glassdoor reports that the average U.S. employee who gets paid vacation only uses half of it. (Okay, 51% if you want to be precise.) And while on vacation, 61% admit to doing at least a little work, including checking email and phoning in. More...

 

Have you ever been guilty of leaving vacation days on the table?

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