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First there was 'quiet quitting' – the idea of putting forth the least amount of work possible to keep one's job. Now, apparently, some employees are taking the trend even further by 'quiet vacationing' – or taking vacation time without letting their employer know.

According to a Resume Builder survey of 1,050 corporate workers who have paid time off benefits, 1 in 10 workers participated in quiet vacationing during the past year and 1 in 8 plan to do so this summer. Of workers who took unauthorized vacation, 18% took one secret vacation day, 43% took 2 to 3, 24% took 4 to 5, and 15% took six or more secret vacation days.

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