If you’ve ever wanted to work in the cannabis industry, now’s your chance to enter into the Ohio Medical Marijuana program. In addition, you need to make sure you meet requirements, set forth by the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program.
Unfortunately, if you do not satisfy any of these requirements, you will not be allowed to get your opportunity. For those who land a license, the possible payoff is winning a slice of what’s expected to be one of the largest medical marijuana markets in the U.S.“Ohio has the potential to be a serious heavy weight in this industry,” said Chris Walsh of Marijuana Business Daily, a Colorado-based news and research firm. “In terms of patient counts and retail revenues, Ohio could become a behemoth, but there are a lot of caveats to that.”
A year from now, Cincinnati investor James Gould hopes to be meandering through lush green rows of what he’s betting will be Ohio’s next cash crop: medical marijuana. Gould is among dozens of budding entrepreneurs hustling to be among the few that will win the right to make a legit business out of growing medical cannabis — a drug made legal in Ohio last year.
Here is a list of Jobs that will be available in a wide variety of areas: