More Americans say they'd give up vacation days if their boss paid off their student loans

63% of job seekers with student loan debt said they would give up PTO in exchange for help paying off student loan debt, according to a new survey by job-listing site ZipRecruiter. The weight of student loan debt is heavy: it's driving borrowers to file for bankruptcy and delay life milestones like buying a home and having kids. However, exchanging vacation time for help paying off student loan debt may not be a good idea, as it could end up losing you money in the long run. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. American workers have a record amount of student debt — and they'd rather have it gone before going on vacation. For people with student loan debt who were looking for a job, 63% said they would give up paid time off in exchange for help paying off student loan debt, according to a new survey by job-listing site ZipRecruiter provided exclusively to Business Insider. The survey polled 10,500 active job seekers in the US on SurveyMonkey in July 2019.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian have a combined net worth of $189 million. Here's how they make and spend their money.See Also:Artificial intelligence is slated to disrupt 4.5 million jobs for African Americans, who have a 10% greater likelihood of automation-based job loss than other workersThe 15 worst US states for workersThe 25 major US companies with the best work-life balanceSEE ALSO: Your vacation is stressing out your millennial coworkers, and social media is only making it worse SEE ALSO: 8 startling facts that show just how hard the student-debt crisis is hurting black Americans