Looking for a new career? State legal cannabis industry employment might be your answer.
Pretty much anything cannabis is a hot topic right now, and with more states legalizing more methods and means for people to obtain cannabis and cannabis based products, how can you determine whether or not it’s the right business for you? State legal cannabis industry employment opportunities abound, whether it’s budtending, trimming, marketing, or creating your own line of edibles or CBD products.
If you’re seriously thinking about getting into the business, you’re going to need a plan, since many of the companies and people who are now deciding to take the plunge are coming in with massive funding and years of traditional business experience.
You probably want to listen to one of our earlier episodes – #11 – Cannabis dispensary and delivery marketing – we spent a good part of the time laying out a strategy for marketing your legal cannabis business; even if you aren’t planning to start your own business, this should give you a good idea about how a solid and grounded state legal cannabis business needs to work within the rules and regulations to promote their brand or products.
What kind of state legal cannabis industry employment is out there?
Another consideration — before you decide what type of business you want to be in if you think the cannabis industry could be right for you – Detail oriented or big picture type of person? If you’re the big picture, you might want to consider an ancillary business instead of a dispensary, delivery service or manufacturer role.
In this episode of the podcast, Hazel and Kim dissect the varying types of state legal cannabis industry employment and walk you through the variety of options, talk about planning for working in a fringe industry business (in some cases you can forget getting a new mortgage or car loan, and you might even get paid in cash!) and how to organize yourself to make the most of it.