New research from Zippia analyzed the most interesting search queries from each state. Speaking of which, if you’re hunting for a job, we found a handy tool that can make your job search much easier. Tap or click for the expert tools you need. Zippia used Google Trends to find each state’s most … interesting job-related Google search. As you can imagine, some of these results are a little strange. Others are laugh-out-loud hilarious.

The funniest – and strangest – searches by state

Some states had pretty normal searches, like “driving jobs” or “Cajun jobs” (try to guess which state searched that one). Others had us raising our eyebrows. Check them out: Thanks to this list, we learned what “corporate goth” is. We also learned just how much those sky-high rent prices are impacting Californians. We hope folks in Georgia are doing okay, too. APPLYING FOR A NEW JOB? Tap or click here and give your resume a much-needed face-lift. Now, let’s check out some of the other results that took us off guard.

Most surprising

Check out some of these interesting searches. It seems like people across the country are interested in unique positions, like working on a pistachio farm, dipping their toes into multi-level marketing, or even moving to Canada. You’ve got to see Utah’s query. There are many ways to quit a job, but it seems folks in Utah are looking for a little extra help. And who can’t relate to New Jersey’s most interesting query? Everyone wants to grow their personal wealth, after all. Maybe you want some quick cash or even a completely new career path. You might be ready to join the gig economy.  To help with your big move, we found 10 fun and unusual ways to make money online. You can do things like joining a jury, deck out your car or care for a stranger’s cat! Tap or click here for some great ways to make a quick buck online. Now, let’s look at the honorable mentions. In other words, these are the states with search queries that were pretty par for the course.

Most unsurprising

When you’re looking at a list with this many twists and turns, it’s good to see some queries you’d expect. For instance, of course, Washingtonians would want to find jobs at Starbucks. After all, the multi-million dollar corporate coffee powerhouse was made in Seattle. Plus, Louisiana’s search makes perfect sense. If you’re from any of these states, you may have typed this into the search bar. See anything familiar? Now you know that if you ever typed something strange while job hunting, you’re not alone. While you’re hunting for positions, you may be interested in remote jobs. Depending on the position, you could make a ton of money working from home. We put together a list of the 10 most profitable work from home jobs. Check your resume against these positions — you may find the perfect new job to apply for! Tap or click here to make bank by working remotely.

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