This data is derived from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. We have broken down the most unique jobs in every state based on the likelihood of employment in that job against the national average.
Some states managed to surprise us with their statistics on their most unusual professions. A state like California in which we were expecting to be filled with those thriving in the technology industry actually showed to have 5.9 times more farmers than would be expected. While other states showed exactly what one would expect, in the District of Columbia, where the policies of the country are decided on, it was no surprise the dominant and unique job to the state belongs to those in politically related jobs.