One of the biggest misconceptions about the Millennial generation – who now make up approximately 50 percent of the U.S. workforce – is that they don’t work as hard as previous generations. It’s simply not true.

For example, a survey taken last year found that Millennials are the “most likely generation to forfeit time off, even though they earn the least amount of vacation days.” Another survey, conducted by Nielsen research based on 2,068 adults aged 25 years or older, found that 52% of people didn’t take all their paid vacation days in the past year, leaving an average of 7.2 days unused. To add to the problem, a whopping 23% of these workers haven’t taken a vacation in the past 12 months!

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