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He lives in Argentina, Canada and went viral comparing holidays between the two countries: “It’s annoying not to work here”

Sebastian Stolkiners Viral is a young Argentine In the last hours, as a result of a post he shared on his Twitter account, he noted the difference between the holidays in our country with respect to Canada. After viral, 19 years oldCurrently living in Toronto, At that point he provided additional details about his life. “The differences are significant,” he said of the daily work between the two places.

“Inside Canada We only have six holidays a year: New Year, Good Friday, Canada Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. In Argentina, Is there 19. That is how the country is, ”he said Tweet he wrote on April 17th That led to a debate that is still active today. In connection with this topic, and Conversation with the nation, Sebastian promised that its echo would take him by surprise and that he would point out the cultural differences that exist between Argentina and Canada. Financial Studies at the University of TorontoShortly after finishing high school at Colegio ORT.

Viral tweets in recent days about holidays in Argentina and CanadaCapture and

“People want to work because they earn well and have a good salary. Everyone thinks vacations are free, but no, they are paid. If it is low, there will be higher wages because companies are aware that they are losing productivity. Not going to work one day is not free, you are paying in some way. ” “The Argentine worker is less productive than the workers of other countries. Canada has the highest per capita GDP ”Plot.

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According to StolkinersEverything is related to the different perspectives on work in both countries. “Inside Argentina Many work informally, Here it is completely different. You work, you have a salary and the minimum wage allows you to live well. There is a huge cultural difference. Anyone who does not work is hated here, ”he said.

On the other hand, he said he did a Comparison of Argentine and Canadian holidays, And that figure astonished him utterly. “If you add the provincial holidays in Argentina, the account goes up … I am declining. Here they usually work eight hours a day for five days and rest on the weekends. The culture of adding holidays affects the economy, but it is not the only problem. Add some more to the current political, economic and social crisis. I see it as a map that shows why the country is like that. “He explained.

Sebastian moved to Toronto on August 28, 2021, with this photo he announced on Twitter
Sebastian moved to Toronto on August 28, 2021, with this photo he announced on TwitterTwitter capture

He argued for differences between the country of his birth and the country in which he lives today “They are two hostile models”.

“There is no insecurity, no economic instability. The differences are very clear Go out on the street at any time, nothing will happen to you, not even the chance to save. People here do not know the exchange rate with the dollar, and very few in Argentina are unaware. ”

According to his own opinion, “The economic conflict in Argentina is the fault of misguided policies that have failed for decades.”. Starting with this sentence, he listed: “Government intervention, the issuance of currency to finance public spending, taxes … something is dysfunctional and there is something domestic. The problem, in the end, Is a lack of funding. Today Argentina is a barren country. ”

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In this sense, Stolkiners insisted Various political parties in Canada And promised that they all have a common goal.

Sebastian Stolkiner, who has lived in Canada for more than a year, said that unlike Argentina, all political groups have a common goal.
Sebastian Stolkiner, who has lived in Canada for more than a year, said that unlike Argentina, all political groups have a common goal.Sebastian Stolkiner

“There is a lot of stability here. Unlike Argentina, all parties generally have plans for the future. Someone wins in Argentina and they change everything. Everyone here believes in capitalism, the left parties are bourgeois parties, but there will be more government intervention. However, they all have a specific goal, “he said.

Finally, though he argued The scholarship he received was only four years. His plan is to continue his career and continue his career in that country.