Here's a pretty chart on how many paid vacation days people get annually in different countries. It shows Finland and France tied at the top with 30 days each, but that's a simplification. The report (PDF) says, "In Finland, annual leave rises from 24 working days to 30 working days after the employee's first year, and public servants with at least 15 years of tenure receive 36 working days." It totally doesn't matter, though, as we blow the Frenchies away in paid public holidays nine to one. Suomi! Suomi! Suomi!