Q: How vacation days are in a year?

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If Sam is entitled to 15 days of vacation each year, then it means that by the 1st of June, Sam will have used 6 out 15 of his leave days, ie 6/15 = 2/5

365 minus 104 weekends minus 30 vacation minus public holidays = 220 - 225 days

Without vacation and sick days, a 40 hour a week job would average 2080 hours a year.

About $20 per hour. There are 2080 "working hours" in a year, not counting vacation days or holidays.

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If Sam is entitled to 15 days of vacation each year and he has already used 6 of his vacation days by June 1st, then it means that he as used 6/15 of his vacation days so far.

If Sam is entitled to 15 days of vacation each year, then it means that by the 1st of June, Sam will have used 6 out 15 of his leave days, ie 6/15 = 2/5

Generally speaking: yes. But many countries allow company rules that say you must use up your vacation days for a given year in that calender year itself or within 3 months after the end of the calender year. After that, you may simply forfeit the right to the days not used up by then. In many countries companies also are under no obligation to pay out your unused vacation days.

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365 minus 104 weekends minus 30 vacation minus public holidays = 220 - 225 days

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