420careers.com, a marijuana industry job listing site, has revealed the 10 most popular marijuana industry jobs in the United States.
“Because the marijuana industry is so new and expanding so rapidly, many employers only require minimal or no experience necessary for their jobs posted on 420careers.com. This means that almost anyone 18 or older can apply for a job and be a highly considered candidate for the position,” stated Colby Ayres, the Director of Marketing at 420careers.com.
10 most popular marijuana jobs in the United States:
1. Budtenders (marijuana “pharmacists”) – assist dispensary customers with marijuana inquiries.
2. Marijuana Cultivators (growers) – cultivate marijuana for dispensaries.
3. Edibles Chefs – create marijuana-infused foods such as cookies, brownies, teas, sodas, and sauces.
4. Extraction Technicians – help make marijuana-infused products by creating marijuana concentrates.
5. Marijuana Industry Journalists – write about the marijuana industry for publications or blogs.
6. Vaporizer Sales Representatives – sell vaporizers for manufacturers or distributors.
7. Dispensary Security Officers – patrol dispensaries for illegal activity.
8. Trimmers – harvest and process marijuana for dispensaries.
9. Dispensary Managers – manage all or various aspects of dispensaries.
10. Marijuana Delivery Drivers – deliver marijuana to customers.
10 most popular auxiliary jobs the marijuana industry helps employ:
3. Event Planners
Dab Kits, the retailer of high-end premium wax vaporizers, on Tuesday announced that they will offer a lifetime warranty on their product. The company said its decision to extend the warranty from six months of coverage to a lifetime guarantee "is part of Dab Kits’ ongoing commitment to customer satisfaction and service."
With the growing popularity of wax vape pens, it is more important now than ever to provide people with high-quality affordable vaporizers that they can depend on, according to Matt Cheatle, cofounder of Dab Kits.
“At Dab Kits, we stand firmly behind the quality of our products and strive to ensure that our customer service is second to none,” Cheatle said.
Confident in the durability and excellence of their cannabis vaporizers, Dab Kits now offers lifetime coverage on all manufacturer defects of the housing unit and battery by either replacing or repairing the parts. Atomizers will be covered, as before, under a 30-day warranty.
Though the heating element itself is not covered under Dab Kits’ warranty, replacements are available for purchase at www.dabkits.com.
In order to repair or replace a part of Dab Kits’ wax vaporizers, customers need to contact email@example.com for a Return Material Authorization form (RMA). All exchange requests should be sent with a completed RMA form, proof of purchase, and the item to be repaired/exchanged.
Although Research Shows Medical Mariuana Works, Critics Say California Center's Research Is Flawed
By Kathleen Doheny, WebMD Health News
Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD
Marijuana can be a promising treatment for some specific, pain-related medical conditions, according to California researchers who presented an update of their findings Wednesday to the California Legislature and also released them to the public.
"I think the evidence is getting better and better that marijuana, or the constituents of cannabis, are useful at least in the adjunctive treatment of neuropathy," Igor Grant, MD, executive vice-chairman of the department of psychiatry at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine and director of the Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research at the University of California, tells WebMD.
"We don't know if it's a front-line treatment. I'm hoping the results of our studies will prompt larger-scale studies that involve a much more varied population."
"This [report given to the Legislature] sets the stage of larger-scale studies,'' he says.
Some experts who reviewed the report say some of the studies are flawed and that they worry about the long-term health effects of marijuana smoke.
Perspective: Medical Marijuana Research
by Neal McNamara
Shane Gustafson came into the business of selling vaporizer machines for use with medical marijuana was because of a sick family member.
Gustafson’s 60-year-old father was using medical marijuana for various ailments. But it got to a point where the side effects of smoked marijuana became unbearable, so his father asked if there was another way to ingest it.
“He was ready to quit,” Gustafson said. “Then he asked me to do research into vaporizer machines.”
After two months of researching the machines, which are manufactured for aromatherapy, Gustafson found and bought one for his father and eventually one for himself.
“I became a true believer,” he said. “I saw the relief my father got out of it. So, I got a hold of the manufacturer.”