Americans Are Finally Checking Out on Vacation This Summer (or Trying To)

Americans—notorious for not taking time off—appear to be getting away and even unplugging this summer. U.S. workers struggled with taking vacation time even before Covid-19 upended travel and tourism. Pre-pandemic, Americans didn’t use roughly a quarter of their annual paid time off, according to U.S. Travel Association research. Last year, workers gave up 33% of their vacation time.

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