The cannabis industry is rapidly growing all over the world and many people are wondering about cannabis-related job positions, qualifications, and how they can break into the industry. With the projected boom, there is an increasing demand for talent and passionate cannabis employees. The legal cannabis market has actually become one of the fastest-growing in the world economy. Alongside jobs in the regulated sector, are many other positions that you may not have heard of before. Let’s have a look at the job positions, the most lucrative positions, and learn how you can break into the industry.
|Working directly with cannabis:||Working indirectly with cannabis:|
|Packaging & Fulfillment||Accounting|
|Processing / Extraction||Production Management|
|Dispensary Personel||Law / Politics|
|Operation Management||Software Developer / IT Management|
|Quality Control / Inspection||Graphic Designers (packaging, product, editorial, graphics)|
|Edibles Chef||Sales / Marketing|
|Transport||Writer / Editor|
|Science / Research||Healthcare|
Of these job positions available in the cannabis industry, the following positions are the most lucrative and can earn about 6 figures per year:
If you have a passion for cannabis and a burning desire to work in the industry, then attaining what you need are only small barriers to overcome. You do not necessarily need to have a degree to break into the industry unless you are in a highly specialized position that requires it such as positions in healthcare or law. You also need to have extensive knowledge about cannabis and the respective field you wish to break into within the industry. Do your research, educate yourself, make connections and go get it!
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