Special Report

Weirdest Job in Every State

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21. Massachusetts
> Weirdest job: Industrial-organizational psychologist

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22. Michigan
> Weirdest job: Furniture tester

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23. Minnesota
> Weirdest job: Professional sleeper

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24. Mississippi
> Weirdest job: Forest fire inspector/prevention specialist

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25. Missouri
> Weirdest job: Dice quality inspector

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