5 Jobs That Aren't Legal In All States

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These Jobs Aren't Always Legal

Wanted: An adventure-seeking, entrepreneur who thrives on controversy. Those who lack conviction need not apply.

For a very few people, a job post like this just might be enticing. Here we look a few jobs that are so controversial that they aren't even legal in all states.
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