Makes sense, right? As you can see, each hobby has something to say about you as a professional. Still, it might be hard to believe but many people include really bizarre or irrelevant hobbies that make them look bad in the eyes of recruiters. Some of the best examples of such hobbies that I have seen are: "traveling in time," "celebrity research," "watching reality shows," "eating," "going out while the kids are at my parents'," "collecting stamps," and "being awesome."
However, the "best" one is: "working"!
Putting hobbies like these is a big mistake because it makes recruiters cringe, and they are completely useless for evaluating your personality.
7. Anything Related to Your School
Unless you're a fresh graduate, leave everything that makes you look like an entry-level project manager. This includes the year of graduation, the grade point average, or a price or grant you won while being a student. This information doesn't have a lot of value for the recruiter because it doesn't affect your performance. On top of that, it can hurt your chances to get hired by making you look like an amateur.
Instead, you should focus on your work experience and professional qualities that are relevant to your job.