You probably already know the U.S. has zero guaranteed vacation days.
The U.S. only has 10 federal holidays. But workers don't have to be paid, even if they do get the time off.
Even though the U.S. doesn't have any government-mandated vacation time, the average American worker does get some time off. (Video via Expedia)
But that's just the average. About 1 in 4 U.S. workers get no paid time off at all.
Here's the thing — even though we have far less, we don't seem to want more.
That same study found Americans took an average of 20.3 days off in 2000, whereas in 2013 they took just 16 days.
So campaigns like these are likely falling on deaf ears.
But vacation does have benefits. Studies have shown vacation actually benefits the workplace. It even leads to more productive workers.