A new study says Americans are taking less vacation time than at any time in the last four decades.
This comes from the U.S. Travel Association,which supports Americans' vacation and travel time.
It says that last year, Americans took an average of 16 days vacation.
That average was more than 20 days in the year 2000.
Factors-a work life trainer says American workers are afraid of being laid off.
They think working long hours and skipping vacation time will help them keep their jobs.
But he says people who don't take vacation time can get laid off just like anyone else.
Some Americans don't vacation because they are afraid of work piling up when they are gone,and others see their worse based on their work, they feel guilty for taking time off or unplugging from their devices.
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Hope you are ready to roll.
Ridgeview High School in Orange Park, Florida is ready - the Panthers there aren't kitting around.
But they are not the only cats on the prow.
How about the cougars-Lyons-Decatur Northeast High School in Lyons, Nebraska is on a roll.
And on the Pacific Coast, it's the Eagles of Lincoln Middle School who are watching in Selma California.
As national teen driver safety week rolls on, some good news about car crashes:
deadly accident in the U.S. are at historic lows, a big part of the reason why:
technology and testing have gotten better.
A big reason for that-manufacturers have to prove their cars are safe using crash test dummies.
The newest dummies can give incredibly smart lessons.