The US and China are two of the least-paid countries for time off.
With ten paid vacation days and zero paid leave days, the US — dubbed the “no-vacation nation” — has the world’s least paid leave. It is also the only country in the world with zero statutory paid vacation, compared to 18.2 days worldwide.
According to a reportResume.io, a career website, published the following:
Lotte van Rijswijk is a Content Team Lead at Resume.io. She says that the United States’ inability to pay vacation days negatively impacts work-life balance. told CNBC.
“Studies have shown that 50% of American workers are not taking vacation time. This lack of downtime could lead to burnout and stress — and in more severe cases depression and mental health conditions,” van Rijswijk added.
Conversely, Iran offers the most paid vacation days — 27 public holidays and 26 paid leave days, per the report.
Resume.io analyzed data from 197 countries on laws governing annual statutory pay leave and paid public holidays to compile the report. The report states that countries were ranked according to the number of statutory paid days and paid holidays they received each year.
Keep reading to find out which ten countries offer the lowest pay, ranked in decreasing order. A tie is indicated by a “T” in the rankings. Paid vacation is the minimum time that an employee can take off during a calendar year. Vacation days include both paid and unpaid leave.
Resume.io didn’t immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.
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