September 25, 2009 (The Editor’s Desk is updated each business day.)
Paid vacation benefits, March 2009
|Length of service||Percent distribution of number of paid vacation days|
|Less than 5 days||5 to 9 days||10 to 14 days||15 to 19 days||20 to 24 days||Greater than
After 1 year
After 5 years
After 10 years
After 20 years
These data featured in the TED article, Paid vacation benefits, March 2009.
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