We're called the "no vacation nation" for a reason.
Americans usually don't have as many vacation days to use as people in other countries, but maybe it's no big deal.
A new report by Harris interactive shows a majority of Americans ended 2011 with unused vacation days.
57% to be exact, and many workers who make up that total left an average of eleven days on the table.
Why are we not taking breaks from our desk? The study shows most people believe they have too much work to do.
A fifth of workers surveyed also say they couldn't afford to travel.