6 people from around the world share what it's like to have nationally-mandated work vacation
Among 21 wealthy, developed nations, the United States is the only country with a federal government that doesn't guarantee workers paid-time off.
Instead, it's up to employers to give their workers vacation days.
The result has been that many people hardly take any time at all, either because they are committed to their job or they fear coming across as lazy.To see what the US might be missing out on, Business Insider spoke with a handful of people who live in countries where the government guarantees time off. Here's what they said.