Synopsis: As of 2018, There Are Now More Cannabis Workers Than There Are Librarians or Pilots In The USA
This week’s Hot Article, As of 2018, There Are Now More Cannabis Workers Than There Are Librarians or Pilots In The USA, published by Cannabis Law Report, explains that the cannabis industry is booming and that currently there are not enough workers to fill the industry’s existing employment positions.
The quickly growing cannabis market has officially become a driving force in the US economy, and there are now more full-time workers in the cannabis industry than there are librarians, with the number of such workers growing daily. Additionally, the positions occupied by these workers are not run-of-the-mill, low-wage labor positions, but rather management, expert, and technical-level positions.
The maturing cannabis market continues to take shape with large-scale investments and high-profile mergers nationwide. Demand continues to rise for cannabis products, and, despite dropping flower prices, this $20 Billion industry has created thousands of jobs with this impact on employment expected to double in the next 2-3 years.
The cannabis market is still in its infancy and its economic breadth still has a huge capacity for growth – the number of states where cannabis is legal is still increasing, as will the value of this commodity over the coming years. In summary, the cannabis industry is here to stay and its participants are looking to hire. Check out this amazing infographic from Cali Extractions for more detail!