Workers in the nation's largest cities are so desperate for more vacation, they'd be willing to trade an employee benefit like the 401(k) match.

On the other hand, more than half (57 percent) of workers who receive paid time off don't use it, according to Denver-based Inspirato, a members-only luxury destination club.

Inspirato polled more than 2,000 adults in 10 large cities, including Los Angeles and New York City. Workers said the prospect of more time off would tempt them to give up a higher salary or promotion (10 percent), a bonus (16 percent), and a 401(k) match (10 percent).

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