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Back In 2022, the average U.S. worker’s logged 11 hours of vacation.

That’s according to a new report from Expedia, which warns that Americans are suffering from “vacation deprivation.” Earlier this year, the trip-planning platform surveyed 14,527 people in more than 10 countries, including France, Mexico and Canada. Respondents in the U.S. took less time off than those in any other country.

People cited inflation, staffing shortages and busy schedules as the biggest impediments to taking more time off.

Still, paid time off is a sought-after benefit among U.S. workers, with 62% saying it’s “extremely important” to them to have a job that offers vacation and personal days, according to the Pew Research Center, which surveyed 5,188 Americans in February.

To stave off burnout and improve employee retention, some companies are taking this perk a step further and offering to help offset the cost of employees’ vacations.

If you’re looking for a flexible job that will allow you to work remotely and help you afford to travel more, these six companies offer remote opportunities and give employees money to help offset the cost of their trips, according to FlexJobs:

1. Calendly

Industry: Appointment scheduling software
Benefit: Employees receive an annual $1,000 vacation stipend that can be used towards hotels, flights or rental cars.

2. Airbnb

3. BambooHR

Industry: HR software
Benefit: As part of the firm’s “paid paid vacation” policy, BambooHR offers its employees a $2,000 annual stipend to cover vacation expenses like plane tickets and hotel rooms.

4. Philo

Industry: Streaming, entertainment
Benefit: The streaming platform offers its employees unlimited time off as well as a $2,000 annual vacation bonus.

5. Thirty Madison

Industry: Health care
Benefit: Employees are eligible for an annual $750 vacation stipend beginning their first day on the job, which can only be redeemed once they have taken a vacation that’s at least five days long, CNBC previously reported.

6. Tripadvisor

Industry: Tech, travel
Benefit: Tripadvisor reimburses employees for personal travel as part of its global lifestyle benefit. The amount paid out for eligible services and products is based on years of service, CNBC previously reported.

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