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'Work Martyrs' Turning U.S. Into 'PTO Graveyard'
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Oct. 24, 2014
"The average worker earns 21 days of PTO each year but uses only 77% of that time, forfeiting 4.9 days ... Permanently lost PTO days totaled 169 million, or 1.6 per employee, in 2013 ... Employees who left 11-15 days of PTO unused last year are actually less likely to have received a raise or bonus in the past three years than those who used all of their PTO. The only thing they may gain, in fact, is stress."

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