Millennials Are Too Afraid and Self-Important to Take Vacations Says Study
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January 9, 2017 - Many American workers have been refusing to take vacation time thanks to a combination of economic anxiety and a change in workplace culture all over the country. A study by Project Time Off has found that millennials are commonly referred to as the “work martyrs” who are unwilling to take their vacation days due to prizing work hours over true productivity.