Work pressures could signal end to two-week summer break

One
in five people have not had any holiday this summer because of the pressures of
work, new research from low-cost airline Easyjet
has revealed.

Its
survey of 2,000 customers also showed that three out of four had not taken a
two-week break. And a third of those who had managed a holiday were ‘plagued’
by telephone calls on their mobiles from the office.

Most
of those questioned by the airline said they ended up taking less than a week
off this summer.

Toby
Nicol, Easyjet’s director of communications, said the
traditional two-week holiday was becoming a thing of the past.

"As
work pressures make it hard for many to get away for a full two weeks, we are
seeing an upturn in people taking shorter breaks to Europe
on a frequent basis."

By Mike Berry 

 

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