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Millennial workers are the most likely generation to forfeit time off, even though they earn the least amount of vacation days. Project: Time Off’s new report provides a closer look at the negative consequences of this behavior to the individual, business, and broader economy.
American workers took slightly more vacation in 2015, up to 16.2 days from 16.0 days the year before, according to new research from Project: Time Off. But the meager increase comes as workers received an additional day (21.9 days on average), but used a lower share of vacation time than in 2014.
Millions of eligible people in the U.S. are still not signed up for TSA Pre✓, in many cases because they harbor some misconceptions about the program and what it does. Here are five common myths about TSA Pre✓.
U.S. Travel continues to monitor recent developments regarding the Zika virus and its potential impact on travel to and within the U.S. General talking points and additional industry resources are available at ustravel.org/zika.
Next week, we celebrate 100 years of the National Park Service—the agency responsible for protecting our nation’s most valuable natural resources. I encourage your organizations to get involved as we recognize the many reasons to commemorate these iconic attractions.
The recently completed national political conventions provided a great platform to promote the value of meetings and the benefits of travel, especially to lawmakers and the thousands of media covering these two major events.