Laid-off workers, you've got someone to hate: this guy's taking all your jobs.
Seddiqui, 26, will hold each job for one week - and after that, he's on to the next state.
Since starting in September, Seddiqui has held 23 positions. He's been a shot-gun wedding planner in Las Vegas, a logger in Oregon, and a corn farmer in Nebraska. The University of Southern California graduate spent last week as a Cheesehead, making Cheddar in Wisconsin.
Seddiqui said the cross-country job journey wasn't about making headlines, but about learning more about careers, people and industries nationwide by "living the map."
His hardest task came while he worked at a meatpacking factory in Kansas, where he was told to slaughter a cow with a rifle. The economics major, who graduated with a 3.7 grade point average, couldn't stomach it.
Seddiqui finds each job through Google or friends-of-friends, and applies to each three to four months in advance. He's paying his own health insurance while he's on the road, since no week-long job will give him benefits.
"I'll be a coal miner. That'll be a little scary," he told Fox News. "I'm not looking forward to that one at all."