23 Percent Of US Workers Received No Paid Vacation Or Holidays In 2012

November 16, 2015 4:52 pm

We spotted this stat today:

“Among the world’s developed countries, the United States is the only one in which employers are not required to offer their workers paid time off. The typical American worker received about 10 days of vacation and six holidays in 2012, according to research from the liberal Center for Economic and Policy Research. Among the quarter of workers who received the least in hourly compensation, the averages were just four holidays and three days of vacation. Fully 23 percent of workers received no paid vacation or no holidays whatsoever.”


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