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- More Than 1 in 3 Government Employees Haven’t Taken a Vacation in Last Year, Survey Says - September 12, 2022
Public sector employees cite the cost of taking time off as a key reason why they aren’t vacationing.
Frank Konkel, Government Executive
About 36% of government employees say they haven’t taken a vacation in the last 12 months, according to a survey of 1,000 local, state and federal employees regarding workforce trends.
The survey, conducted in mid-August by Ipsos on behalf of Eagle Hill Consulting, found younger employees in their 20s and 30s (45%) and lower income employees (51%) were more likely to report skipping time off than older, more senior colleagues.
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