Greece is taking advantage of its warm climate to cultivate pot and create more than 2,000 jobs.
As the July 2018 marijuana legalization date comes closer, universities and colleges looking to cash in on the burgeoning cannabis industry are figuring out ways to meet new demand for skilled workers
Stigma may once have kept people from applying for work with a cannabis company, but those perceptions have shifted and people are now excited about the opportunities, said a staffing agency focused on the growing pot industry.
The marijuana industry is one of the quickest growing sectors of the American economy right now.
If you’re dreaming about striking it rich in the burgeoning legal marijuana industry, it’ll help to have an advanced science degree.
Legalizing cannabis doesn’t just create jobs involving cultivation of the plant; it also creates businesses that aid those cultivations, infused-product manufacturers and dispensaries.
Growing industry seeks talent at job fair presented by the National Institute for Cannabis Health and Education.
“It’s a boom town,” says entrepreneur Richard Huang, describing the legal cannabis industry, “but it’s not a gold rush, where just any fool can strike it big.”
For anyone curious about working in the world of weed, a new resource makes job-hunting easier.