Surprising new research has revealed that in general, two in three of Aussie workers did not take their annual leave in 2016, with an alarming 37% - up to nine million - taking no annual leave at all. The findings come from a survey of a nationally representative, independent panel of 1,004 Australian adults conducted by an independent research agency and commissioned by HotelsCombined. The survey revealed that just 31% of Australians used all their annual leave last year, 10% took around three-quarters of their entitlements, 10% took half of their entitlements, and 10% took a quarter or less. Just 2% took more annual leave than they had accrued. Find out more.