Dispensaries have to be able to have handicap access

The more I have thought about it, the more it sounds like a great opportunity

Every building in the state & the county has to have wheelchair accessible areas in their store or business. I work for a supplier that installs this handicap equipment… Recently I inspected a actually cool job & it made me believe about decreasing my job. I was working on a single of the crews that was handling the wheelchair ramps for the medical & recreational marijuana dispensary. I had to wait for the concrete to set & I started talking to the manager for a few minutes. I found out that the employees at the marijuana dispensary were earning as much currency as me. They unquestionably didn’t look like they were working as tough & they looked like they were having a lot more fun too. The manager told me that the marijuana dispensary was looking for more employees to work while I was in the weekends & at night. She offered me a contractor card & told me to call if I was looking for something part-time or decreasing my job. When the woman told me about the opportunity, I I thought it was silly to change jobs. The more I have thought about it, the more it sounds like a great opportunity. There is a whole current type of job that has been offered to me & I might be an idiot if I turn down the option to work in a marijuana dispensary. I have worked a physical & labor-intensive job since I was 17 years old. I’m not going to be able to work in construction forever & these types of possibilities don’t fall into my lap every day.


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