So You Want to Become a Budtender in Colorado If you want to work in marijuana retail sales in the first state to legalize recreational pot, it’s easy. But there’s an application process, complete with various forms and fees. Step One: Ask yourself, “Do I really want to do this?” Before entering the cannabis industry,
What it Takes to Work in Cannabis in Oregon Recreational Cannabis Workers must now obtain a “Marijuana Worker Permit” Currently, Oregon has two legal cannabis markets; recreational and medical. While the recreational market is quickly becoming vastly larger there, working in a recreationally licensed business requires a “Marijuana Worker Permit” issued by the Oregon Liquor
What it takes to work in Cannabis in Washington State Recreational Cannabis Workers should come prepared with retail sales experience and a knowledge of cannabis Currently, Washington has two legal cannabis markets; recreational and medical. The medical market in Washington State is slowly phasing out and the recreational market is actually expanding at the moment.
Want to Land a Dispensary Job? Here’s What You Need to Know As marijuana legalization continues to flourish across the country, dispensary employment opportunities have steadily increased. Since medical marijuana was legalized in the District of Columbia 3 years ago, dispensary operators have been flooded with inquiries for jobs, specifically as dispensary technicians. Since the
President Elect Trump made a decisive choice for his attorney general, GOP from Alabama, Jeff Sessions. Yet. What is not so decisive, were the questions Jeff Session received about cannabis, during his confirmation hearing yesterday. It is well known that Jeff Sessions isn’t best friends with cannabis. In fact. He is famously quoted for saying
The following articles involves a series of questions. These are questions that don’t necessarily have a “correct” or “single” answer to them. The answer to these questions are essentially answered within the very asking of the question. Why ask these questions? Why question authority? Why challenge the status quo? Why even question at all? By
What Happened Yesterday Was A Real Shock To The Cannabis Industry Seemingly out of nowhere, the majority of the cannabis community interpreted a decision from the DEA to include CBD, extracted from hemp, into the CSA (Controlled Substance Act) as a schedule 1 drug. Schedule 1 being the highest level restriction and control. This proposal
Looking for a new line of work? Try a career in the cannabis industry. It’s said the cannabis industry is growing so rapidly that working in it for just one year is equivalent to three years working in any other industry. Currently, 25 states plus Washington D.C. have enacted laws to legalize medical marijuana. Four