Why Gen Z Workers Aren’t Taking Vacations
Only 58 percent plan to take a vacation this summer
Gen Z workers have made headlines over the past year for being quiet quitters, partaking in Bare Minimum Mondays, and taking advantage of remote work. So, it is not a giant leap of the imagination to assume they’d also be the generation that takes the most PTO — apparently not.
In fact, only 58 percent of Gen Zers planned to take a vacation this summer, lower than the national U.S. average of 62 percent, according to the latest edition of LinkedIn’s Workforce Confidence Index.
Could it be then, that this generation's tendency to quiet quit has led to a more manageable work-life balance? Have they mastered setting work-life boundaries to the extent that they simply don't feel burnt out and in need of longer vacations?
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