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Weirdest Job in Every State

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11. Hawaii
> Weirdest job: Golf ball diver

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12. Idaho
> Weirdest job: Agricultural engineer

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13. Illinois
> Weirdest job: Flavorist

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14. Indiana
> Weirdest job: Airplane repo-man

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15. Iowa
> Weirdest job: Wind turbine service technician

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