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“Wake Up, You Need to Make Money!”

Congratulations Graduates!  Now what? Just like the Twenty One Pilots song, “Stressed Out,” it time to wake up!  You’ve got the degree — but the traditional job market is saturated with thousands just like you.  If you want to get those student loans repaid fast, go where the grass is always greener…Take the alternative route and try a career in the cannabis industry.  Check out this infographic to see how you can use that new degree and start earning a decent salary fresh out of college.

Peace, Love, and the Power of Cannabis!

Lori

  • You must be at least 21 years old to work in the cannabis industry.

Photo Credit: Pixabay.com
Infographic Sources:
– https://www.forbes.com/sites/debraborchardt/2017/02/22/marijuana-industry-projected-to-create-more-jobs-than-manufacturing-by-2020/#3fa920d13fa9
– https://www.cannarecruiter.com/jobs-stoners-college-degrees/
– http://www.governing.com/gov-data/state-marijuana-laws-map-medical-recreational.html
– http://norml.org/news/2017/01/12/report-legal-marijuana-industry-has-created-12300-full-time-jobs

 

Lori Malcolm hails from a mountain town in western Maryland where she studied marketing, at Frostburg State University. She left a career in sales and sold her home to discover America from the front seat of her Subaru. After 48 states and 30 National Parks, Colorado was her first choice to call home.

After her two year journey, Lori settled in Boulder County and rekindled an old passion with cannabis. Her affinity with the ancient plant intensified after watching her husband suffer from the debilitating impact of rheumatoid arthritis and then seeing the incredible results of CBD tinctures to his continued recovery.

Lori currently works as a content writer and a cannabis trimmer. As an outdoor enthusiast, Lori enjoys all things Colorado, like hiking a 14'er or snowshoeing the high county. As a perpetual traveler, she looks forward to her next adventure, wherever it may take her. She and her husband reside in Lafayette, CO along with their two cats, Sage and Meadow.

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