Most Americans want to unplug on vacation–many can’t.


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91% of Americans find the idea of an “unplugged” vacation appealing,

This fact is not surprising, considering most Americans

rank “spending quality time together”

as the main benefit of travelling together as a family.

Yet, life and work often get in the way.

61% push themselves to work while on vacation.

27% feel pressured to post photos to social media–to indicate that they are having a fun time.

These factors may be contributing the increasing number of families

claiming that they need extra time off to “recover” from their vacations.

In 2018,

41% percent of individuals claimed they needed “recovery time” compared to only

29% during the previous year.

Source: Alamo


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