> Weirdest job: Hydrologist
Hydrologists are engineers that help determine how water management systems such as dams should be constructed. Colorado is home to a number of major dams.
> Weirdest job: Telephone operator
Telephone operators are much rarer than they were a few decades ago, as automation has rendered many jobs obsolete. But there is still need for them to redirect customer calls and assist with billing information for businesses.
> Weirdest job: Materials scientist
Materials scientists study the properties of synthetic and natural materials. Delaware hosts the operations of a number of chemicals companies, including DuPont.
> Weirdest job: Scuba diving pizza delivery man
Only in Florida… at Jules’ Undersea Lounge in Key Largo, visitors can get pizza delivered to their underwater rooms.
> Weirdest job: Chicken sexer
Georgia has one of the largest poultry industries in the country. Chicken sexers, or poultry sorters, are needed in the industry to quickly determine whether newborn chicks will be hens or roosters.
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