Why Gen Z workers aren’t taking vacations

August 17, 2023  ■  5 min read

Only 58% of Gen Zers planned to take vacation this summer, lower than the national U.S. average of 62%. Why is that? Could it be then, that this generation's tendency to quiet quit has led to a more manageable work-life balance? Or 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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