Statutory holidays: 25
Public holidays: 12
Bolivia is the only country outside of Europe to make the list. That's despite the fact that it's one of the poorest countries in South America, with more than 60 percent of its 9.1 million people living in poverty.
Companies must provide 25 days of annual leave to their employees per year. According to the World Bank, workers who have 10 years of seniority in a company are entitled to 30 days off annually. Employees are also entitled to 16 hours of rest per day.
Bolivia's 12 public holidays are also generous compared to countries in Europe, but pale in comparison to regional counterpart Colombia, which has the most public holidays in the world at 18.
Bolivia, where tardiness is regarded as a national habit, made headlines in February after leftist lawmakers proposed a new labor code that called for workers to get a "punctuality bonus" for arriving at work on time. The bill also called for employers to give staff a refreshment bonus to buy snacks during breaks and subsidize travel costs for those living more than 1.25 miles from work.