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The Cannabis bud-tenders the one who recommends strains of cannabis for the occasion, is a rapidly growing job field. As the age of legal cannabis / hemp thrives, the blending of bartender and budtender has begun at cannabis dispensaries. This trend has the potential to expand to include private consulting for events and individual customers, much like caregivers in the medical marijuana field.
The connection between cannabis and alcohol is legendary from parties to prayer. Like during the last century a home DJ would bring the best music, the same will be true for the home ‘reefer soul’ (reefer man).
“Jobs Not Jails” is an old civil rights chants that is no more an answered prayer than in the impact that cannabis and hemp related jobs are providing not just to our industry, but to the ancillary jobs that empower our ventures. Cannabis budtender is a perfect example of how we can change from a prison to a freedom based culture.
Many home enthusiasts are putting their best buds in alcohol and enjoying the enhanced marijuana nectar. Hemp beer is a much sought after drink and hemp infused vodka, wines and other liquors are gaining rapidly in popularity. The career choice of budtender is perfect for folks seeking to rise to the best of industry standards.
“Despite what could be considered an unfriendly administration in Washington D.C., nine states and the District of Columbia now allow for recreational marijuana use and 30 allow for medical use. And more states are lining up to join the legalization wave. Pot has become big business in the U.S.
The emerging industry took in nearly $9 billion in sales in 2017, according to Tom Adams, managing director of BDS Analytics, which tracks the cannabis industry. Sales are equivalent to the entire snack bar industry, or to annual revenue from Pampers diapers.
That was before California opened its massive retail market in January. The addition of the Golden State is huge for the industry and Adams estimates that national marijuana sales will rise to $11 billion in 2018, and to $21 billion in 2021.”
Higher education has a new meaning as cannabis colleges like Oaksterdam University are qualifying people for both jobs and business opportunities. MBA also stands for Marijuana Business Administration type degrees.