Outcast27 Tuesday, 09/26/17 08:48:19 PM Re: Therealbrucewayne post# 23078 Post # of 23097 Way to GO Brucewayne ...WeedHire is still working..Great WORK..GOOD things coming.. http://hightimes.com/business/pot-jobs-5-ways-foot-door-weed-industry/ By Jen Bernstein September 24, 2017 David Bernstein, CEO of WeedHire.com, weighs in on the current state of the job market, which businesses are hiring and the best states to set your sights on. What we’ve seen with jobs in the cannabis industry is an evolution—you could even say maturity. Businesses that were start-ups two years ago and faced with so many obstacles have begun to staff as developed businesses, and this seems to mirror the industry growth as a whole. We are definitely seeing more jobs tied to management, operations and regulatory compliance. Now more than ever, there are opportunities for experienced management personnel from other industries to work in cannabis. Because these experienced businesses can now rely on consistent revenue, it means qualified individuals can even make an income comparable to what they previously made in other industries. Job functions like project management, environmental compliance and supply-chain logistics are all areas that have become more prevalent than ever before in the legal cannabis industry. There are still many jobs tied to sales and manufacturing, such as budtenders, growers and trimmers, but as states like Colorado, Washington and even California fine-tune their regulations, businesses are tasked with staffing up to ensure that they can meet these ever-changing regulations. Because of this, we are also seeing an uptick in hiring for accounting and legal to ensure regulatory compliance. In the new recreational states like Nevada, the growth in jobs overall has increased and will continue to grow and expand as sales begin as early as July 1. Hopefully, more clarity will come from the new administration on the federal government’s overall position, but until then, the industry will continue to work toward maturity and stability. The real measure of your wealth is how much you’d be worth if you lost all your money.