``While much of the rest of the world has continued to follow a slow, steady decline in the average workweek, the U.S. has gone in the opposite direction, especially among high-skill, high-wage workers: fewer vacation days taken, more overtime hours, and still no national law requiring a minimum amount of annual leave. It's the only industrial nation lacking such a mandate''

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