A human channel of job seekers lined up outside of a business in Sacramento Saturday for the chance to network and find employment in cannabis.
The Cannabis Job Fair had some people waiting as long as two hours to enter the Hacker Lab in midtown get in.
“We’re here to spot talent that could be with us as we grow for the future as well,” said Marj Hebert of Connected Sacramento.
With cannabis now legal for recreational use in California, employers like Paul Amaro of Northstar Holistic need help in a hurry.
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