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Mike Boyer, the first Washington state citizen to purchase recreational marijuana and to (ironically) get fired for using that marijuana, is getting help from 420careers.com with his new job search in the marijuana industry.
Boyer was the first person to purchase recreational marijuana in Washington’s new marijuana industry and was fired hours later after his employer recognized him on multiple TV stations that aired interviews of him and the historic moment.
Boyer said he’s “been officially terminated for violation of the drug use policy,” but that he hopes he can “spin this and get a job in the marijuana industry… It’s a new industry, they need qualified people.” And that is where 420careers.com stepped in, to help Boyer find available marijuana industry.
“The marijuana industry is one of the few industries creating large quantities of job opportunities in the US, and businesses are in need of qualified,-abiding employees like Mr. Boyer. More than 10,000 marijuana industry jobs have been created in Colorado alone. And hundreds, if not thousands, of more jobs will be created in Washington and other states that legalize marijuana for medical and/or recreational use,” stated Dan Kingston, President of 420careers.com.
Currently trending marijuana jobs offered on 420careers.com (www.420careers.com) range from marijuana writers tosales people, budtenders to cultivation experts, security to administrative positions, and more. Presently, marijuana jobs are in the highest demand in Colorado, California, Washington, Oregon, and Arizona, where the marijuana industries are booming.