The longest rest the French.
The number of paid vacation days which an employer is obliged to provide to their employees, in most countries, is regulated at the legislative level, the state guarantees its citizens a minimum paid leave. See list of countries with the longest paid vacations in the world, compiled on the basis of data collected by the Center for economic and policy research (CERP).
1. 31 days of paid vacation guaranteed by French law. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images).
2. In the UK everyone gets 28 days of paid holiday leave. (Photo: ASSOCIATED PRESS).
3. In Norway, every worker is entitled to 27 days of paid vacation. (Credit: Moment Editorial/Getty Images).
4. Denmark: at least 25 days of paid leave shall provide the employees of every employer in the country. (Photo: Getty Images/Getty Images).
5. In Finland, a minimum paid vacation of 25 days. (Photo: Getty Images/Getty Images).
6. Guaranteed by the laws of Sweden paid leave is 25 days. (Photo: Anselmo Sousa/flickr.com).
7. In Austria, too, guaranteed by the state of 35 days. (Photo: ASSOCIATED PRESS).
8. 35 days of vacation is allowed to residents of Portugal. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images).
9. In Spain, each based on 34 days of paid vacation. (Photo: Pau Barrena/Demotix/Corbis).
10. Italy guarantees its citizens the 31 days of paid vacation. (Photo: Getty Images/Getty Images).
11. Belgium is a country where everyone is on a 30-day vacation. (Photo: ASSOCIATED PRESS).
12. 30-days mandatory paid vacation guarantees its citizens as Germany. (Photo: Getty Images/Getty Images).
13. New Zealand: there each inhabitant is guaranteed a 30-day paid leave. (Photo: Douglas Pearson/Getty Images).
14. Ireland guarantees its citizens 29 paid vacation days. (Photo: Patricia Ronan/Getty Images).
15. In Australia everyone gets 28 days of paid holiday leave. As well as in Russia. (Photo: Getty Images/Getty Images).
16. In Greece by law, each based on a 26-day vacation. (Photo: Matteo Colombo/Getty Images).
17. In Holland the laws are guaranteed 20 days of paid vacation. (Photo: Redferns/Getty Images).
18. Switzerland: in this country, every citizen can count on 20 days of paid vacation. (Picture: UIG/Getty Images).
19. In Canada, the laws require employers to provide paid leave to employees in the amount of at least 19 days. (Photo: Ascent Xmedia/Getty Images).
20. The Japanese is undoubtedly a country of workaholics. The government has set a minimum paid vacation of 10 days. Interestingly, to take the entire vacation among the Japanese is considered bad form, despite the fact that it is the most overworked nation on the planet. (Photo: Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg).
21. 0 paid vacation days — such “guarantees” can only be in the United States. In the largest economy in the world there are no laws under which citizens were supposed to be guaranteed vacation. The number of days of paid vacation in this country deals exclusively with the employer. That is, the employee, hypothetically, could remain without holiday.
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