Vacation laws around the world
6. Argentina, Germany, Japan, New Zealand
Minimum vacation: 20 days
Public holidays: 9 (Germany); 11 (New Zealand); 12 (Argentina); 15 (Japan)
In Argentina and Japan, the minimum 20 days are only for employees who have worked for 10 or more years at the same company. In New Zealand, minimum vacation starts after one year on the job. In Germany, public holidays vary across the country, and employers typically offer 30 business days of vacation.
Pictured: Boys play soccer on the street in Buenos Aires.