Infographic: The surprising effects of business vs. leisure travel on your well-being
Monday, January 13, 2020
Whether it’s business, leisure or even bleisure, travel is something of a status symbol regardless if it’s for work or play. Exploring new places, learning about new cultures and tasting new foods are all part of the fun.
However, differences abound when we look at business vs. leisure travel, particularly in regard to personal health and well-being.
75% of business travelers report heightened levels of stress. On the contrary, a four-day vacation can actually negate the effects of perceived stress for up to 30 days. Check out the infographic below, which illustrates more of the details and statistics between these two types of travel.
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