Special Report

Weirdest Job in Every State

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36. Oklahoma
> Weirdest job: Rock splitter

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37. Oregon
> Weirdest job: Professional snuggler

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38. Pennsylvania
> Weirdest job: Chocolate taster

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39. Rhode Island
> Weirdest job: Etchers and engraver

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40. South Carolina
> Weirdest job: Nuclear power reactor operator

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