Vacations go wayside as job worries grow

Patty Muñoz is putting off her summer vacation until she feels more confident her job will be there for her when she returns.

The South Florida hospital worker has the least seniority in her department: "My manager sees I'm busy, but if I'm away, she might think other people can do my job."

This summer, the rules are different. More than half way through the year, many workers still haven't taken time off. About a third of workers aren't planning to take a vacation at all, citing guilt, anxiety and tight finances, a CareerBuilder survey shows. Those who are taking vacation aren't disconnecting from the office or returning refreshed.

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