This map shows the most common "interests" people list on their resumes by state. No wonder it's so hard to get hired.
The career site Zippia willingly took on every boss's nightmare and looked through a bunch of resumes for fun: 3,543,017 resumes to be exact. A computer must have been involved. The purpose of this thorough analysis was to determine the most popular keywords people listed on their resumes in the "Additional Interests" section. Zippia divided their research up by state, so you can see how well you fit into your environment/what interests you need to immediately start hating in order to stand out.
The results are simultaneously boring and WTF.
Florida likes "Spanish" which is not surprising, but there's some other strange stuff going on in this section of America.
North Carolina, what is up? As Zippia explained, one reason "Kardashian" kept appearing in so many resumes is completely logical. Some name-dropped the Kardashians because they worked for one part of their empire.