And everybody is good at something.
Austria - for example - is pretty good at Paid Time Off. Which is weird. And strange. But probably it’s all a matter of perspective. If you dig long enough, you’ll find something you’re better at than anyone else. Cyclists know that, we make up our own categories all the time. „Sure, I was 68th overall, but adjusted for age, gender, weight, bike color and saddle type, I totally crushed it!“
But what you’re best at is not really who you are - in this sense, this map is terribly misleading. You can't define Austria by „Paid Time Off“, and if you paint the USA as World Capital of Spam mails, you’d probably miss the point.
The same goes for people. What you’re good at is not who you are. It’s worth keeping that in mind.