Business Travelers Don't Have Much Free Time
5 monthes ago - By Global Traveler
A new study shows business travelers work much harder than they play.
A survey from men's clothing store Jos. A. Bank showed the average work day on a business trip is 14 hours and business travelers have only two hours of free time per day.
Further, 63 percent of frequent business travelers said they feel pressured to use even a few free hours for more work, spending them on networking or meeting preparations.
The 2,000 business travelers surveyed said they experience stress while traveling from separation from family, airport hassles and living out of suitcases,
The survey also showed...
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