Everyone can use a break from the daily grind and hustle of the 9-to-5 world. But whether it’s due to workaholism or tough economic times, there are fewer workers taking vacations this year compared with the past.
According to a CareerBuilder survey, 17 percent of workers have taken or plan to take a vacation for 10 days or more, which is down from 24 percent in 2007. Managers, however, aren’t giving up their days in the sun: 81 percent of managers surveyed by CareerBuilder have taken or plan to take a vacation this year, compared with 65 percent of full-time employees.
Check out the full infographic from CareerBuilder for more information on workers’ summer vacation outlook.