Road Warrior Travel Preferences


Today, both men and women travel for business reasons,
but their actions and attitudes when on the road vary based on
their sex, according to a recent survey of corporate travel managers.

When choosing a place to stay, men and women differed on what was most important:

   
In general, women seemed to mind going on the road for business less than men did. Surprisingly, fewer women

   
In fact, women associated the following benefits with business travel:

Source: Runzheimer Reports on Travel Management, March 2000, published by Runzheimer International, Rochester, Wisconsin, www.runzheimer.com .

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