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Millennials Taking The Business Travel World By Storm

Posted on October 28, 2016

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Young employees are traveling for business more than ever before, according to a new report, and their buying habits are completely different than their older peers.

This may not be a surprise considering the rise of young employees in the U.S. workforce, but travel companies need to pay attention to how the behavior of millennials is totally different than that of older travelers.

On average, business travelers took 6.8 trips in the last year, a number which is expected to increase to 7.4 over the following year. Millennials took 7.4 business trips in the last year, compared to 6.4 for Gen Xers and 6.3 for baby boomers.

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