Cannabis Industry Professionals in Demand Amid Coronavirus
Cannabis industry professionals are in demand as retail locations are shifting business operations in order to meet demand and adapt due to the COVID-19 quarantine.
Amid the lockdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic, business owners who can legally stay open must shift how they operate if they will adapt. Cannabis dispensaries are no different. Providing patients with cannabis medicine they need while keeping both customers and employees safe is no easy task. Cannabis businesses are doing just that though, especially locations like Meadow.
Millions of business owners have had to close their doors, but cannabis is essential. It’s ironic and absurd that cannabis businesses are considered essential while still federally illegal. The schedule 1 classification coupled with it being essential puts the disconnect between lawmakers and the will of the people.
Cannabis Industry Professionals Give Back
Legal cannabis retail workers and dispensary employees have always had a connection to their communities. That holds true right now and might even be more true. Dispensaries are feeding medical professionals, giving free hand sanitizer, as well as donating food to the needy.
Cannabis Industry Professionals In Demand
Even though we are experiencing record unemployment, cannabis businesses are growing in general. This is causing a need for more cannabis industry professionals. Due to social distancing guidelines, fewer customers are purchasing their cannabis in-store. But curbside pickup and especially delivery are increasing all the time, and customers are placing larger online orders than they would in-store. More than 250 mask-wearing cannabis industry professionals have been added to the workforce in states like Maryland, Virginia, Illinois, and Florida. It doesn’t seem like this trend will stop any time soon, and we are happy to see that. Loud News Net supports local cannabis businesses – especially the ones we mentioned here in this article.
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