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30 work days paid vacation - without taking advantage of any public holidays this is a full six
weeks of vacation :-)
I know that it's quite a lot, but we generally have a lot of vacation days here in Germany
compared to the US. And I had the added luck finding a job in a small enterprise which wants to
build lasting relationships with its employees and believes in "Happy workers, good quality."
<getting political>And those vacations are just another reason why Germany is to expensive for
Back to work,
<zitiere wer="Lisa A. Roth">
> And I thought I had it made with my 21. : ) -- I still think I do,
> though, comparatively speaking.
> Hey Jens -- are those 30 WORK days or just basically a general "month"
> of vacation?
> Goldstein, Dan wrote:
>>>From: Jens Reineking
>>>Sent: Thursday, October 14, 2004 3:06 AM
>>>Subject: RE: Tech Comm Survey
>>>... And 30 days vacation per year...
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