A cannabis review website is hiring someone to test different varieties of cannabis, CBD oils, food products, and other cannabis products. The hire will be compensated $3,000 monthly, as well as free CBD and marijuana products. One American website is looking for people who can test and review weed. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and live in Canada or in a legal U.S. state.
The cannabis review website, American Marijuana, has a job that’s 100% real and it’s important too.
For some, it will sound too good to be true: can you really test a wide range of cannabis products from the comfort of your own home, and get paid up to $3,000 a month for it?
A cannabis review website focused on cannabis and cannabis products wants to pay people to test different varieties of cannabis, CBD oils, food products and other cannabis varieties.
People selected to work in this position can receive a wage of up to $3,000 a month ($36,000 a year), as well as free CBD and cannabis products.
AmericanMarijuana.org says it’s looking for someone who can “smoke,” but also has “extensive knowledge” of cannabis and cannabis products. When looking for people to test new products, the portal owners even contacted celebrities like Snoop Dogg.
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Cannabis review website job description
The crux of the job is this: the company is looking for someone to review a wide variety of cannabis products, including vapes, weed strains, edibles and CBD oils, to give the site’s readers “honest and reliable insights.”
“Everyone is crazy about smoking marijuana, and making money from it is an even more tempting option,” said 58-year-old Dwight Blake from Westbury, New York. Blake coordinates the job search for the cannabis review website.
As part of their salary, reviewers can receive $3,000 a month and a whole set of gadgets related to cannabis use.
“The cannabis products they will be able to try are different types of marijuana, cannabinoid foods and CBD oils,” added Blake in an interview for The Sun Online.
Reviewing cannabis is an important job
“This job is 100% for real and it’s an important job that includes more than just getting paid to smoke weed. If you think that’s the entire scope of the job, then this might not be for you,” reads the advert. “We’re looking for someone to review a wide variety of cannabis products to give our readers an honest and reliable insights on various cannabis products. And they have to live in a state in America or Canada where medical marijuana is legal.”
AmericanMarijuana.org is looking for someone who is considered to be influential in the legal cannabis industry. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and live in Canada or in one of the U.S. states where the use of cannabis for recreational purposes is legal.
Applicants must submit a CV and a short biography with a description of their experience with cannabis. The company also asks for a link to a 60-second video explaining why the candidate is passionate about cannabis. In conclusion, the company asks participants to provide six slang marijuana terms.
The job specifications, which if you are into all that is probably the best you will ever read, says that the applicant needs to be honest about their opinions, as well as being comfortable in front of the camera, as they will be expected to be filmed opening products and talking about them.
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