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Business travel is travel undertaken for work or business purposes, as opposed to other types of travel, such as for leisure purposes or regularly commuting between one's home and workplace. According to a survey 88% small business owners enjoy business travel. 
The reasons to conduct business travel might include:
Today, many jobs involve periodic or frequent business travel. Common careers involving business travel include:
Additionally, it's not uncommon to see doctor's, nurses, and other medical professionals in the air these days. Often lawyers, politicians, athletes, clergy, military, academics, and journalists conduct business travel on a regular basis.
Frequent business travel can be very rewarding for travelers, however, there is a dark side to frequent business travel. Employees who travel for work on a regular basis often experience loneliness, depression, and reduced mental health. In 2019, 1 in 5 business travelers reported business travel negatively affected their mental health. Additionally, many business travelers often miss important family events creating additional relationship stress.
Business travel has many positive benefits for employees the largest being the opportunity to see parts of the world on the company's dime. Today, many business travelers incorporate bleisure travel into their work travel.
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