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  1. Ron Strider

    Legal Cannabis To Generate $40B, 400,000 Jobs

    The legal cannabis sector is expected to generate $40B and more than 400 000 jobs by 2021 in the United States, according to a study released on Tuesday. The estimate by consulting firm Arcview includes direct purchases by consumers of $20.8bn and indirect revenue for growers and various...
  2. Ron Strider

    Burgeoning Marijuana Industry Has A Growing Need For Scientists

    People don't immediately associate the marijuana industry with science but if you are a scientist, or plan to become one, it’s an association you will want to give some consideration. Typical jobs in the cannabis industry include budtender, cannabis trimming, packaging, grower and positions in...
  3. T

    Greetings from Italy

    Hi everybody! I'm new here so let me introduce myself... I'm a home-grower since 2013 and a cannabis passionate and recreational user since... forever :cheer2: I started my growing experience with a completely homemade growbox and very little knowledge of cannabis cultivation, but a lot of good...
  4. Ron Strider

    Australia: Hemp Food Industry Could Lead To 'Jobs, Jobs, Jobs'

    Australia's newest "superfood" - hemp - is now available after being legalized to be sold as food in Australia after 20 years in the making. And with hemp seed oil to hemp seed beer, the industry is hastening to bring more products to the shelves for consumers. The new regulations came...
  5. Ron Strider

    Government Jobs Sprouting As Legal Marijuana Looms In California

    Scientists. Tax collectors. Typists. Analysts. Lawyers. And more scientists. Recreational marijuana use becomes legal in California in 2018, and one of the things to blossom in the emerging industry isn't green and leafy — it's government jobs. The state is on a hiring binge to fill what...
  6. Ron Strider

    Meet The 24-Year-Old Entrepreneur Who Just Launched A Careers Site For Pot Jobs

    Go ahead and make your stoner jokes. It won’t bother the $7 billion cannabis industry one bit. Legal weed now employs an estimated 120,000 people; a figure that’s expected to triple in the next few years, according to the research firm New Frontier Data. For the weed dispensaries, farms, and...
  7. Ron Strider

    How To Get A Job In The Marijuana Industry

    For anyone curious about working in the world of weed, a new resource makes job-hunting easier. A recruiting agency for legal cannabis firms has launched a website that aims to serve as a one-stop shop for employers and job seekers. The site, Vangsters, allows hopefuls to apply to jobs and...
  8. Ron Strider

    OH: Cleveland Cannabis College Curriculum Expanding This Fall

    A year shy of Ohio's medical marijuana program becoming operational, Cleveland Cannabis College is expanding it's curriculum in the hopes of helping to fill the thousands of jobs that could be created with the budding industry. Cleveland Cannabis College staff tout the program as the only...
  9. Ron Strider

    PA: Medical Marijuana Recruitment Set For October

    Going to work for a medical marijuana operation has fired the imagination of local people who are interested in taking the jobs. But what would new hires be doing? Last month, Holistic Farms received one of the state's first licenses to grow medical marijuana, which it plans to be doing in...
  10. Ron Strider

    CO: Get A Job In The Marijuana Industry At This Cannabis Job Fair In Denver

    Looking for a job? A career fair in Denver this weekend promises jobs in a major "growth" industry. "Currently in the cannabis industry there are 122,000 people employed and between now and 2020 it's going to get up to 250,000 jobs," says Karson Humiston, Founder of Vangst, which recruits for...
  11. Ron Strider

    After Legalizing Marijuana, Unemployment Plummets In Colorado

    Three years after legalizing cannabis, Colorado has the lowest unemployment rate in the country. "While the national unemployment rate dropped to 4.3 percent in May, the lowest since 2001, Colorado's jobless rate is the nation's lowest at 2.3 percent," CNBC reported Monday. According to...
  12. Ron Strider

    Marijuana Could Be Salvation For American Blue Collar Workers

    While President Trump continues to lean on traditional industry to bring jobs back to the United States – vowing to create somewhere in the vicinity of 25 million new jobs within the next 10 years – he has failed to consider how a nationwide cannabis industry could help accomplish his objective...
  13. K

    Growing Cannabis Industry A Boost For Job Market

    It may not be the career path your parents had envisioned but if you're looking for a booming job market, the cannabis industry might be one to consider. Marijuana Business Daily has estimated that 100,000 to 150,000 people hold full- or part-time jobs in the legal marijuana industry, a...
  14. K

    CO: Little Data Available On Pot Jobs

    There's little independent data to guide voters as the sparring continues over the retail marijuana industry's claim of 1,300 local jobs, and how many of them might go away if only medical marijuana sales are allowed. Local, state and federal governments say they do not know how many...
  15. K

    PA: Medical Marijuana Complex Proposed For Site Near Corry

    A site near Corry could be the first location in our area where medical marijuana is grown. A team of investors met with Corry community leaders this week to outline their plans to spend $10 million to build a facility on vacant land in Wayne Township, in the Corry Industrial Park. The...
  16. K

    PA: Medical Marijuana Complex Proposed For Site Near Corry

    A site near Corry could be the first location in our area where medical marijuana is grown. A team of investors met with Corry community leaders this week to outline their plans to spend $10 million to build a facility on vacant land in Wayne Township, in the Corry Industrial Park. The...
  17. K

    MD: Medical Marijuana Means Jobs

    When Del. Neil Parrott hits the campaign trail, his message is clear: Elect me and Washington County will see an influx of jobs. The reality, of course, has been somewhat different. Parrott has spent his time in office doing battle with immigrant scholarships, trying to police the state's...
  18. K

    MD: Medical Marijuana Means Jobs

    When Del. Neil Parrott hits the campaign trail, his message is clear: Elect me and Washington County will see an influx of jobs. The reality, of course, has been somewhat different. Parrott has spent his time in office doing battle with immigrant scholarships, trying to police the state's...
  19. K

    Marijuana Industry Could Create 'Thousands Of Jobs' In New Brunswick

    The New Brunswick government sees the marijuana industry as a major economic driver in the future, which could create thousands of jobs, according to a senior official. Susan Holt, the provincial government's economic policy adviser, told Information Morning Fredericton on Wednesday that the...
  20. K

    NB: Medical Marijuana Company Receives Government Support

    Atholville, N.B. — The provincial government is providing support for a proposed medical marijuana facility that is expected to create up to 208 jobs in northern New Brunswick. "We understand how important job creation, education and health care are to New Brunswickers," said Premier Brian...