You may be surprised how many people don’t use vacation time

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NEW YORK — A new survey finds more than 40 percent of Americans say they didn’t take a single vacation day during 2014.

Many full-time workers get at least ten vacation days, but the survey found only 13 percent could take them.

The survey was conducted by travel intelligence firm Skift.

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