A survey of business travellers between 23 and 35 found that over half (56 per cent) of people find a reason to travel for work, with near enough two fifths (39 per cent) admitting that they wouldn't take a job if it meant they couldn't travel.
And a whopping 81 per cent of respondents felt they got more done when they met people face to face whilst three quarters of people (75 per cent) made friends whilst heading on the road for work purposes.
However, when it actually comes to going away, 38 per cent of people between 23 and 35 admit they suffer from nerves and start to feel stressed about their trip.
Stuart Foster, vice president of global brand marketing at Hilton Hotels & Resorts, said: "With more than 575 hotels worldwide and nearly 100 years in hospitality, Hilton Hotels & Resorts has long served as a leader in and destination for business travellers. Our focus on the next generation of business travelers underscores our commitment to being the most hospitable company in the world: We're both creating and evolving exceptional experiences for new and loyal guests alike who choose Hilton for their work travel needs."