Women vacation more than men, new study says
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Women vacation more than men, new study says

April 26, 2013


Women take vacations more frequently than men, but both sexes tend to pack their bags with little time to spare before departure, a new survey released Thursday finds.

Women vacation every 10 months, while men vacation every 12 months, according to an annual survey of travelers by SpringHill Suites hotels. The survey finds that 50% of Americans pack at the last minute, waiting until the day before they leave, or the day they leave, to pack. Men are the biggest procrastinators, with 54% of men and 46% of women packing within a day of departing on a vacation.

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