How many days does a vacation last in different countries?
And where not so much
In the US, there are no laws that determine the duration of rest, each company decides this issue on its own. According to statistics, about 25% of Americans do not have a vacation at all, the rest can count on an average of 10-14 days a year, but rarely does anyone “take off” them completely. The situation is similar in Canada.
The Japanese are supposed to have from 10 to 20 days, but it is considered bad form for them to rest more than 5-6 days a year – everyone should work hard.
In Mexico, the employer pays only 6 days. In China, employees with less than 10 years of experience are given only 5 days a year, from 10 to 20 years – 10 days, more than 20 years – 15. In Singapore, young professionals can count on a week of rest in the first year, then 1 day is added for each year of work experience. “media=”(max-width: 549px)”>