Each state in U.S. is known for something and a recent list is letting everyone know what job is a little unique to each state...so do you agree with what they say is Massachusetts most iconic job?

The website 24/7 Wall St listed each state's "iconic job", the job that a lot of people in each state have, but isn't nearly as widespread in most other states.

For example, Nevada's iconic job is gaming service worker, New York's is fashion designer and Arizona is stucco worker.

So what do they say is Massachusetts's iconic job?

Biomedical Engineer.

I know, right? Kind of weird. I mean they did the research and I'm sure they know what they're talking about, but it doesn't seem like it would be the state's "iconic job."

I mean when I think of Massachusetts, I don't really think of biomedical engineering.

Maybe because we're on the Southcoast, I see the fishing industry as a little more locally iconic. And it's not like every state has fishermen.

Biomedical engineering is definitely not a bad job to be known for, but it just doesn't feel like the state's iconic job to me.

How about you?