According to a new survey, some 72% of non-smokers feel that they deserved three to five extra vacation days per year to make up for all those smoke breaks their nicotine-addicted colleagues are getting. And surprisingly, 28% of smokers agreed. Not surprisingly, the data suggests that puffing away kills productivity. No, really!? Shockingly, smokers spend about six days a year on smoke breaks at work and smoking-related illnesses cost more than $156 billion in lost productivity.