Sunday, August 17, 2014

Not many bartenders in Arkansas

Posted By on Sun, Aug 17, 2014 at 1:30 PM

click to enlarge Map via Vox.com
  • Map via Vox.com

Via Matthew Yglesias at Vox, a look at Bureau of Labor stats shows that the prevalence of bartending as a job is the lowest in Arkansas of any state in the nation.

Seems likely this must be at least partially about dry counties (see map below). 

Map via Wikipedia--red counties are dry, blue wet, yellow mixed.
  • Map via Wikipedia--red counties are dry, blue wet, yellow mixed.

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