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.
If you’re dreaming about striking it rich in the burgeoning legal marijuana industry, it’ll help to have an advanced science degree.
There have already been classes offered at colleges around the country relating to marijuana, including the legal issues surrounding legalization and how cannabis is portrayed in the media.
In a tree-nestled First Nation community on Vancouver Island, forestry and farming used to be the major industries that kept the economy humming and put food on families’ tables.
The winds of change are blowing through employee benefit plans across Canada, and they smell like weed.
Cannabis and ecommerce would complement one another like seed and soil, if only federal law would allow it.
A south Jersey man injured on the job at a lumber company will have his medical marijuana tab paid by his employer’s workers compensation insurance
Kristina Simpson says she feels lucky to have landed a job at a Bank Street store where the staff feel like family and customers are grateful for the products she sells.