Special Report

Weirdest Job in Every State

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31. New Mexico
> Weirdest job: Ayurveda healer

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32. New York
> Weirdest job: Fortune cookie writer

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33. North Carolina
> Weirdest job: Face feeler

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34. North Dakota
> Weirdest job: Gas compressor operator

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35. Ohio
> Weirdest job: Odor judge

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