Too much holidays in Denmark and Germans: An EU comparison
Wednesday, 27 July 2011
Germany may accuse people of southern Europe for not working hard enough - but within the EU the Germans and Danes enjoy most holidays, according to a new report from Eurofound, which carried out a research on living and working in Europe.
An average German or Danish had last year, 40 days off, as holidays and public holidays, while the Greeks and Portuguese in comparison had 33 days off. An average Swedish had 34 vacant days.
By Scancomark.se Team