Cannabis Coaching Institute graduate Karen is a clinical social worker who’s interested in using cannabis to help people heal from trauma after experiencing the benefits herself.
What are the highest paying cannabis jobs?
The cannabis industry is a growing field with numerous opportunities for cannabis professionals.
The most in-demand cannabis jobs are typically those that require specialized knowledge and experience in cannabis production, processing, sales, or marketing.
As the cannabis industry continues to grow, cannabis professionals are in high demand and the highest paying cannabis jobs reflect this growth.
The cannabis industry is rapidly expanding, creating cannabis jobs in cultivation, manufacturing, sales and marketing, transportation, cannabis coaching and consulting, cannabis education, and cannabis-related research.
Cultivation technicians work to maintain cannabis plants at their optimum growth stages, while growers manage cannabis-growing operations from start to finish.
Manufacturing professionals ensure cannabis products are produced safely and effectively, and cannabis sales representatives help market cannabis products to the public. Those with cannabis transportation expertise safely transport cannabis-related goods and materials.
What kind of cannabis jobs do cannabis coaches and cannabis educators do?
In addition, cannabis coaches, educators, and professionals are needed to study cannabis-related health and wellness topics. Their research, workshops, and content help cannabis businesses create better products, as well as inform the public about cannabis-related topics.
All of these cannabis jobs require cannabis training and many of them require cannabis business training, which we specialize in here at the Cannabis Coaching Institute. Read the posts below to explore cannabis jobs in depth.
Cannabis Coaching Institute graduate Candy chose cannabis to help with her MS. Now she’s found her voice and her joy.
Cannabis Coaching Institute graduate Debbie “flunked retirement” and now owns a CBD store and educates others about the plant.
Cannabis Coaching Institute graduate Kirstie combined love for cannabis and her passion for business to create a networking group for other coaches and educators.
Cannabis Coaching Institute graduate Anna took used her certification to further her career goals. Now she’s getting her master’s in cannabis science and she just joined Minorities for Medical Cannabis. Soar high, Anna!
Cannabis Coaching Institute graduate Becky is a pharmacist who is passionate about helping others with cannabis. She’s struggled with opiate dependency in the past but now teaches about our favorite plant at college.
Cannabis Coaching Institute graduate Rena has a long history with the cannabis plant. Now she’s intent on helping others “find their happy” with intentional cannabis use.
In this CCI Cannabis Educator Grad Profile, we meet Yakima. She’s using her knowledge of cannabis to help her clients take better control of their health and wellness.
CCI Grad Profile: Melanie combines her drug and alcohol counseling background with her love of cannabis.
Melanie had a life-changing experience with cannabis. She even moved to have better access to it. Now, she’s using her drug and alcohol counseling background and combining it with her love of cannabis to help others understand the plant as a certified Cannabis Educator.
Cannabis Coaching Institute graduate Terese helps seniors and women who are 40+ to discover the healing potential of the plant.