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How badly do you need a vacation?
Sure, it'd be great to get away from work and relax for a little while, even if it's just to lounge in your own backyard. Take the quiz to see how much you really need a break.
By Anne Fisher, contributor
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1. The last time you took a few days off to relax and recharge was…
A) Within the past year.
B) A month or two ago, and you have plans to do it again in a few weeks.
C) So long ago, it’s hard to remember.
$67 billion in vacation days, wasted
Americans surrendered 448 million earned but unused vacation days in 2010, or about $67 billion worth of time.
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Intuit lets you hoard two years of vacation days and take them all at once. At Morningstar, you can take unlimited days.
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More than a third of American workers suffer from chronic work stress, a recent survey says. Here's how to cope.