Recreational and medical marijuana sales account for a billion dollars in tax revenue every single year, due to the taxes charged on every purchase and these taxes help pay for new roads and infrastructure in our state.
They help pay for new educational programs, new community buildings, and other community programs.
There are tons of positions available in the marijuana industry as well! My little sibling Bob recently got a new job really working on a marijuana farm. The marijuana farm has 50 acres of land. The marijuana farm supplies products to half of the dispensaries in the state. Bob has been trying to get a job on a pot farm for a long time, however he studied botany and college and horticulture. Bob’s whole goal was to get a job really working on a farm, one morning he hopes to be able to develop a new strain of cannabis on his own. The first steps in the process are getting your foot in the door which means really working in a dispensary or anywhere on a farm or in a factory. Bob has a couple of plants at home. He entirely doesn’t have the same operation as an immense farm however Bob is really working on developing his own special strain of marijuana that always has more than 30% THC content and is really high in CBD as well. These type of marijuana strains are wonderful for medicinal use and they can be sold to a number of different locales to be used in tinctures, cosmetics, drinks, edibles, and other marijuana products, and since marijuana cells are a billion dollar industry, there is a lot of room for everyone to share in a piece of the prize.