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Downside of vacations: Most consider quitting after it

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in Compensation and Benefits,Human Resources

Vacations are meant to clear a person’s mind, but the post-vacation blues also tends to give employees another idea—jumping ship. A survey by Monster.com finds that 70% of employees say they are more likely to look for another job after they return from a vacation.

The reason: Monster says vacations provide employees, “the mental clarity needed to carefully consider the life changes required.”

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