The Most Googled Job For Each State - See What's Listed For South Dakota

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Chris Kolmar of Zippia, used the ‘Google Trends’ feature to determine which jobs are the most google searched for each state.  For South Dakota, the top job searched is a Mount Rushmore Tour Guide. While it's unknown why so many people search for the job 'Mount Rushmore Tour Guide,' it's still kind of cool to see.

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Alabama

  • Chaplain Jobs

Alaska

  • Pilot Jobs
  • Air Traffic Controller

Arizona

  • Bee Keeper
  • Life Coach

Arkansas

  • Meteorologist

California

  • Lion Tamer

Colorado

  • Account Manager Jobs

Connecticut

  • School Psychologist

Delaware

  • Horticultural 
  • Crabbing

Florida

  • Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
  • Body Painter
  • Cave Divers

Georgia

  • Stripper Jobs

Hawaii

  • Navy Seal
  • You Tube Star
  • Astronomer

Idaho

  • Bike Repair

Illinois

  • Video Editor Jobs

Indiana

  • Carpentry

Iowa

  • Wrestling Jobs
  • Carny

Kansas

  • Wellhead Pumper

Kentucky

  • Tree Hugger

Louisiana

  • Zoo Keeper Jobs

Maine

  • Lobster Fishing

Maryland

  • Plumber
  • Podiatrist

Massachusetts

  • Bike Courier

Michigan

  • Lighthouse Keeper

Minnesota

  • Lumberjack

Mississippi

  • Truck Driving Jobs

Missouri

  • Tornado Chaser

Montana

  • National Park Jobs

Nebraska

  • Telemarketer

Nevada

  • Bus Driver Jobs

New Hampshire

  • Butcher

New Jersey

  • Substitute Teacher Jobs
  • Locomotive Engineer

New Mexico

  • Artist

New York

  • Professional Cuddler

North Carolina

  • Pirate Jobs

North Dakota

  • Oil Jobs

Ohio

  • Potato Jobs

Oklahoma

  • Dog Groomer
  • Petroleum Engineer

Oregon

  • Urban Farmer

Pennsylvania

  • Merchandiser Jobs
  • Dance Mom

Rhode Island

  • Restaurant Manager

South Carolina

  • Sewer Jobs

South Dakota

  • Mount Rushmore Tour Guide

Tennessee

  • Nurse Practitioner Jobs

Texas

  • Referee Jobs
  • Peace Keeper
  • Stormchaser

Utah

  • Esthetician

Vermont

  • Sculptor

Virginia

  • Operations Research Analyst

Washington

  • Underwater Jobs

West Virginia

  • Coal Jobs

Wisconsin

  • Beer Brewer Jobs
  • Taxidermist

Wyoming

  • Mechanic Jobs
  • Cowboy

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