It's been described as a new green revolution: Thanks to legalized cannabis, jobs that never existed before are being created in huge numbers. Passionate people from all backgrounds are getting in on the action, eager to contribute their talents to a young industry that they truly believe in.
Whether you call it weed, pot, ganja, cannabis, or Mary Jane, the marijuana plant is quickly becoming a more effective and socially acceptable driver of good career opportunities. That's why, with cannabis companies launching and growing at a rapid rate, now is an amazing time to pursue marijuana jobs that offer the potential for better pay and faster-than-normal advancement.
Yes, cannabis is still a banned substance at the federal level in America. However, as of October 2019, medical marijuana is legal and regulated in more than 30 U.S. states. And in 11 of those states, recreational marijuana is also legal and regulated.1 Plus, in Canada—where medical cannabis has been legal for several years—recreational cannabis became legal and regulated in 2018. So there is growing pressure on the U.S. federal government to follow suit. Will it ever happen? Maybe, eventually. In the meantime, many people are prospering from state-level cannabis legalization.
Across America, the state-legalized marijuana industry already provides work for as many as 215,000 people. Projections indicate that by 2023, that number could rise as high as 475,000.2 And between 2018 and 2025, the U.S. market for legal marijuana could grow by a whopping 122.5 percent to become worth more than $24 billion.3 That could result in the legal cannabis sector supporting the employment of more people than America's manufacturing industry.
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