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In the United States, there are plenty of cannabis jobs that you can apply for. As the cannabis industry continues to experience increased growth, there will be even more jobs opening up for so many people.
You can take the fact that more than sixty four thousand people were hired in cannabis jobs in 2018 and it is going to get better in 2019 as many experts believe. In 2017, cannabis employment experienced an increase of twenty one percent. It more than doubled in 2018 at forty four percent. In 2019, it is expected to grow twenty percent more.
In three years, the cannabis job opportunities had an hundred and ten combined and increased growth, which is amazing progress. As marijuana becomes legal in more states, it will only improve your chances to land a marijuana job.
New York and New Jersey are both poised to get into the game. So be sure to look out for job openings when it becomes a reality. In the state of Washington and Colorado, the cannabis job growth seems to have begun to plateau because these two states have been in business since marijuana became legal in 2014.
The New Entrepreneurs
In new states where marijuana has been legalized, cannabis jobs are more prevalent and such states include Nevada and Florida. In the state of Nevada, recreational cannabis has been legalized and so they are doing better since there are avid weed users that have embraced the ease in which they can purchase weed and not have to depend on the black market. In the state of Florida, medical marijuana has been made legal and the residents in that state are enjoying great gains in employment.
Skill and Training
Unless new entrepreneurs open up new marijuana dispensaries, it won't be as easy to find a job in the field. However, there is always a need for marijuana trimmers. No matter where you go, you will always be able to find a marijuana trimming and growing job because these two cannabis jobs are always in demand; pretty much because not a lot of people have the experience or skill and due to the fact that you can start out in an entry level position.
This means that you may not have the skill, but you can get on-the-job training. It is recommended, though, that you consider getting training prior to applying for any cannabis job. With skill and training or with either skill or training, you will have more advantage than your competition when applying for a job.
It is good to know that in 2018, the state of Florida added more than nine thousand cannabis jobs that were full time. In the state of Nevada, there were more than seven thousand five hundred cannabis jobs added in 2018. In the state of Pennsylvania, there were three thousand nine hundred jobs added in 2018 and only ninety added in 2017. This shows a considerable growth in one year. With all that being said, let us look at the most demanding cannabis jobs that you will find in the industry.
In the city of Los Angeles, there are openings for cannabis experience experts. As long as you have experience running a restaurant and know how to offer entertainment and ambience, you will do well in this field, especially in West Hollywood where nightclub meets restaurant dining. In San Francisco, California, the job in demand is Compliance Expert. Throughout the state, there has been a lot of compliance letters sent to businesses that are not complying to regulatory laws. Other jobs in demand in the state of California include Tech Support as applications are being developed to enhance the industry.
Accountants are needed in Portland, Oregon. State Inspectors are required in Seattle, Washington. Business Strategists are needed in Denver, Colorado. In the state of Nevada and Florida, there is a demand for educators since these two states are new to the cannabis industry. Attorneys and lobbyists are also needed in both states. Last, but not least, if you have experience in patient care, the city of Tallahassee in Florida is looking for Patient Care Coordinators.
Learn more about cannabis jobs by visiting the Cannabis Training University.
Jeff Zorn, a collegiate basketball player, discovered the transformative power of medical cannabis after a significant injury. He founded Cannabis Training University (CTU), a groundbreaking institution dedicated to disseminating comprehensive information about the cannabis industry. With a team of skilled educators and faculty members, CTU has reached thousands of students worldwide. As an esteemed cannabis business expert, Jeff regularly contributes thought-provoking articles online, providing invaluable guidance to aspiring entrepreneurs. CTU has grown from a single student in 2009 to a global phenomenon with over 80,000 students.