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Going Unplugged: Do Workers Really Disconnect During Summer Vacation?

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Not long ago, vacation was truly vacation

There were no mobile devices or wireless internet to keep you connected to the office while you sat on the beach or beside a campfire. And if there was an emergency at the office, your colleagues just had to make do. But in today's digital world, you have a choice on vacation: To connect or disconnect. There's no right or wrong answer, but each option has different effects on your stress level before, after, and during vacation. Using Survey Monkey™ Audience, we surveyed over 1,000 workers to find out how their vacation plans play a role in their productivity and how summer habits differ across ages and genders.
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Key findings include:

  • Men are more likely to work on vacation than women
  • Millennials take fewer and shorter vacations than their older colleagues
  • Respondents who work on vacation claim to be most productive during summer months