My first work experience was with selling pot out of my dad’s car in the parking lot behind the mall.
Little nickel bags of cheap weed, absolutely awful stuff.
But I hustled, plus within 18 months I was selling quarter bags out of the back seat of my own car, in 3 different parking lots. By the time I was graduated I was pulling in enough cash off my supplier that it would have been a cut in pay to go get an official job. I kept growing plus expanding the business, always doing everything myself, plus the last seven years have been actually lucrative. Now that the medical marijuana law passed, the market is collapsing around me, plus it occurs to me that I need a way out. There are already 2 different marijuana dispensaries open to the public, to anyone with a dentist’s note. Not just that, however 2 more cannabis dispensaries are being built as every one of us speak, so you know the level of competition between those boys will be intense. There will be no way for a “little guy” cannabis contractor to keep his head above water any longer. I am in a bit of a tough spot, because I have never held a steady work at all, plus I don’t think supplier owners want you to put down marijuana contractor down on your resume. On the other hand, perhaps these up-and-coming cannabis dispensaries could use an experienced vet care about me, to supply them an edge over the other guys? If I can get hired on for a legit cannabis sales gig, maybe going to work won’t be that bad.