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NPR's Planet Money used census data to figure out the most common job in every state and how that's evolved over time. Here in Washington, it was secretaries back in 1978, which gave way to truck drivers by 1996 and eventually computer software developers today. The Microsoft Effect is clearly in effect. Check out their interactive map to see when the scales tipped on each one. [NPR]