The Most Common Job in Every State

So many truck drivers!

NPR's Planet Money has created a fascinating map based off data from the U.S. Census Bureau that reveals how the American work force is represented across all 50 states—and how it's changed since 1978. 

We were surprised to see how prominent truck drivers were (and continue to be), though it makes sense considering how much loot we order and ship on a regular basis (thank you, Amazon Prime). Also extremely common: secretaries and farmers. But maybe our favorite part? Nevada's "recreation attendant" listing. Sign us up for that

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