Millennials Take Same Vacations Over & Over Because They Don't Like Vacation Research

March 14, 2019

Millennials may have been raised during the internet age, but apparently they can't be bothered to use the internet to find new places to visit. According to a survey, 51 percent of millennials have booked vacations to somewhere they’ve already visited just to avoid doing research on new places to travel to. The study also found that millennials spend an average of eight hours researching a vacation, but begin to experience "net lag" or "scroll fatigue" after just 40 minutes. Of course, those are just the harrowing stats for millennials who actually travel at all; in July 2018, a LinkedIn survey found that 56 percent of young professionals don't take vacation time because they're stressed about how much work they'd come back to.