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Need a break from work? Wait until you’re 38…

If you’re considering taking a sabbatical from the stresses and strains of modern life, 38 is the ideal age to do it, a study has found. Researchers found as you approach your forties, this is the time when you are financially secure and established enough in your career that you can afford to take an [...]


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15% of workers lose over 6 days of holiday each year (INFOGRAPHIC)

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Millions of workers are losing at least six days of their annual leave because they are too worried about losing their jobs or looking bad in front of their boss to take the time off, a study has revealed. Researchers found that fears about showing a lack of commitment to the job, being made redundant [...]


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Not quite a couple’s holiday – women now jetting off with friends, leaving the other half at home

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Millions of married women are enjoying ‘girlie breaks’ without their other half – to get away from their busy family life, it has been revealed. Researchers found that as many as six in ten women have jetted off on holiday with friends, leaving their partner to hold the fort at home. Preferring different types of [...]


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‘Vacationitis’- domestic admin dominates our time off work

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The average Brit only gets to enjoy eight days of annual leave each year – because the rest of the time is taken up with ‘domestic admin’, a study has revealed. Despite having a typical allowance of around 24 days a year, researchers found the majority of that time is spent catching up on household [...]


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