Aug 15, 2018 - 06:37 PM
There are, however, some instances in which listing hobbies may be beneficial. Consider the company and specific position you are looking at. A more professional business may not want to read about your hobbies, but a laid-back, creative one may.
It also helps if the hobbies are relevant. If what you like to do in your spare time can enhance and benefit your daytime job, you may want to list them. Do not include those that have nothing to do with the job you want. If you are in doubt, it is best to leave off hobbies all together. If the employer wants to know what your hobbies are, he or she may ask you in the interview. This is a better time to share more about you as a person to see if you are a good fit for the company.