Infographic: Vacation Time Goes Unused for Many Americans

Labor Day is fast approaching! Do you have vacation plans? Believe it or not most working Americans won’t get away for the long weekend. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Americans gave up an estimated 226 million vacation days in 2011. That’s $34.3 billion worth of vacation time wasted! So, if you have unused vacation time, but no vacation plans our latest infographic may encourage you to get out of town.

Unused Vacation Time Infographic

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