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Top 5 Ridiculous Ways to Find Weed-Friendly Jobs…
Get Paid While Being High – Are you currently looking for a job, but want to work in an environment that is weed-friendly?
Weed friendly, Well, then keep reading this article … and if you stick long enough, there’s a position waiting for you where you can smoke a ton of weed… for FREE, all while getting paid!
Yes, dreams truly do come true.
Looking for weed-friendly jobs doesn’t have to be a downer. We’ve entered the year of 2020, it’s now possible to get your weed delivered right to your door (hey, this might be another cool weed-friendly position!) This means that a whole new category of work has opened its doors and it’s now easier to find weed-friendly jobs due to this weed-progress that’s happening in our decade.
Here is our list of top 5 weed-friendly jobs!
1. Anything to do with the Food Industry: (Weed Friendly)
The food industry is known for “black-hole of substance abuse”. If you’ve ever worked in the kitchen, you might have seen many of the employees indulging in alcohol, cigarettes, ton of weed sessions…and unfortunately in other hard drugs.
This is due to the lack of drug testing that happens in the food industry. Plus, there are tons of positions that you can choose from – you can become a bartender, serve, cook, manage a restaurant, etc. You can literally do all these things while being in an environment that is weed-friendly.
Also, with this weed-friendly job if you land a position as a cook, you may even create some rad edibles for your coworkers! Prominent chefs like Cat Cora do this all the time, she is always experimenting with dishes that are weed-friendly…take that as your inspiration.
- Oh, and we almost forgot…this weed-friendly job is the perfect way to curb your MUNCHIES!
2. Become a Realtor:
Working in the space of real estate is the perfect job for weed-friendly people because you get complete independence.
You are your own boss and have the autonomy and flexibility to choose your working hours.
This weed-friendly job lets you explore all the homes in the market and no-one will have a clue that you’re actually high.
3. Join the Entertainment Industry:
Not only is the entertainment industry exciting, but it’s also very well known to be a weed-friendly environment.
There are tons of actors, directors, hosts and creatives that smoke weed on their job and they are vocal about it.
Famous director Jordan Peele has been a huge advocate for weed-friendly jobs because he states “it’s the perfect tool to unleash your creativity.”
If you’ve been living under a rock, Jordan Peele is an Academy Award winning director that released his horror flick – Get Out. And he exclaims that weed was his creative inspiration when he wrote the movie.
Or, you can take it slow and work at your local cinema! Who knows, maybe from there you can network and climb the ladder into the entertainment industry.
4. Enter into the Abyss of the Internet:
The world wide web is infinite, try to find remote positions where you can work from home. You can start off as being a freelancer and utilize your skills by editing movies, creating online art, selling your junk, whatever you want – just use your imagination.
This way, you can work from the comfort of your own home
And smoke a ton of weed because your space is 24/7 weed-friendly!
Plus, this type of job allows you to become creative and utilize that juicy brain of yours.
5. Work for Us! GET PAID TO GET HIGH!
That’s right, Eyetoke.com is hiring – Please Apply Here!
This is not some ordinary job, this is a dream job for any weed friendly enthusiast.
We are looking for an awesome human-being who can make video reviews on CBD/Cannabis products.
This is what we care about:
- Must be 21 years old or older
- Must live in USA or Canada
- Must be able to record HQ video reviews
- Must be able to deliver content as per deadline
Yes, we send you free cannabis products. 🙂
Here the five ridiculous weed friendly ways to find a job in the weed, CBD – cannabis products. CBD business offers many jobs, but people had no skill.
Get Paid to Smoke Weed: American Marijuana Wants Someone to Review Cannabis Products for $36,000 a Year
American Marijuana is hiring a cannabis product reviewer who will earn up to $36,000 a year. The online medical marijuana resource is looking for someone to test and review cannabis products each month, who will film video reviews and write blog posts.
The reviewer will be sent a box of cannabis products, such as weed strains, vapes, edibles, and CBD oils, to test each month and then be expected to share their opinions, insights and explain how the items work. They will get to work from home and will earn up to $3,000 a month, or $36,000 a year, depending on their experience and knowledge.
However, American Marijuana is not looking for a recreational smoker; it is looking to hire someone with “extensive knowledge of marijuana.” Additionally, applicants must live in a state in the U.S. or Canada where medical marijuana is legal, be physically fit, healthy and able to smoke every day and be over 18 years old.
Medical marijuana is currently legal in Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida Hawaii, Illinois, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Washington D.C., and West Virginia.
Recreational marijuana use is legal in Alaska, California, Colorado, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, Oregon, Vermont, and Washington D.C. Medical and recreational use of marijuana is legal in Canada.
- 91 Percent of Americans Say Marijuana Should Be Legalized
- After Biden Calls Weed Potential ‘Gateway Drug,’ AOC Calls For Legalization
- Rep. Pramila Jayapal Criticizes Biden’s Marijuana Statement as ‘racist’
To apply, applicants must submit either a headshot or a one-minute video of themselves talking about the position, a resume, links to their social media, and six slang words for marijuana via a form on the American Marijuana website.
American Marijuana was founded in 2014 by Steven Kubby, who was diagnosed with a fatal form of adrenal cancer at the age of 23 but is still alive 25 years later, despite the cancer spreading. Kubby’s experience of smoking marijuana and the impact he claims it has had on his health influenced the drafting and passage of California Proposition 215. This ballot initiative to legalize medical marijuana was approved by voters in 1996.
The job opening comes as Business Insider reports that more than 900 jobs were lost in the cannabis industry, across startups and public companies, in recent weeks. After a high in January 2018, one index of marijuana stocks has since lost 50 percent of its value.
Just this week, Joe Biden claimed that marijuana is a gateway drug and shouldn’t be legalized on a federal level. Biden told Business Insider: “The truth of the matter is, there’s not nearly been enough evidence that has been acquired as to whether or not it is a gateway drug. It’s a debate, and I want a lot more before I legalize it nationally. I want to make sure we know a lot more about the science behind it.”
The reviewer will be sent a box of cannabis products to test and review in blog posts and videos each month.