Can employees make a tradeoff between an increase in salary and a larger vacation privilege? New study conducted on COVID-19 users shows that over a third (36%) would eagerly take extra vacation time in order to make their holiday wishes come true after taking COVID-19. Nearly three-quarters (72 percent) of global travel professionals intend to go on a trip in the upcoming year.
For extra vacation days, more than a third of Americans would forego a wage rise
During the process of global recovery, it’s critical to bear in mind the factors that will influence travelers’ attitudes and determine travel decisions in the post-recovery world. Because of the epidemic, people changed the way they do things in predictable, expected ways, including shopping, going to school, working, and traveling. Industry stakeholders must keep up with traveler demands to take advantage of pent-up demand following the epidemic. We also need to discover out what consumers are seeking when booking travel. Industry revolution is on the horizon according to Global Tourism Forum, which discovered fresh and startling discoveries. In our traveler preferences study was results revealed that 88% of consumers globally had recently taken up or increased their consumption of both breakfast and lunch.
Signals that are promising
To start, it is important to see the favorable developments in the travel sector that are expected to take place in the latter part of next year. The resurgence of inner-city getaways Travel to drivable destinations is at an all-time high, driving up vacation rental demand in remote areas. More than eight in ten tourists (81%) are interested in traveling to a far-flung location, such as a mountain range or tiny town, during the next 18 months. However, it is still accurate to say, that city-based travel is on the rise.