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Average dining, hotel and entertainment expenses for employees between the ages of 36 and 65 totaled $8,596 over two years compared to $5,188 for employees between the ages of 22 and 35, according to a global report from Concur, a business travel management firm. The biggest difference was in the dining and entertainment category: $52 per transaction for employees over age 36 versus $33 per transaction for those under age 25. Meanwhile, millennials spent slightly more on hotels: $114 versus $111.
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