Special Report

Weirdest Job in Every State

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26. Montana
> Weirdest job: Explosives worker

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27. Nebraska
> Weirdest job: Dredge operator

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28. Nevada
> Weirdest job: Gaming service worker

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29. New Hampshire
> Weirdest job: Ash artist

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30. New Jersey
> Weirdest job: Gum buster

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