Dispensaries have to be able to have handicap access

Every building in the state and the county has to have wheelchair accessible areas in their store or business.

I work for a supplier that installs this handicap equipment, then recently I tested a actually cool task and it made me believe about changing my career.

I was toiling on one of the crews that was handling the wheelchair ramps for the medical and recreational marijuana dispensary. I had to wait for the concrete to set and I started talking to the manager for a few hours. I found out that the employees at the marijuana dispensary were earning as much money as me. They actually did not look love they were toiling as hard and they looked love they were having a lot more fun too. The manager told me that the marijuana dispensary was looking for more employees to work during the weekends and at night. She gave me a business card and told me to call if I was looking for something part-time or changing my career. When the person told me about the opportunity, I I thought it was crazy to change careers. The more I have thought about it, the more it sounds love a good opportunity. There is a whole modern type of task that has been provided to me and I might be an idiot if I turn down the chance to work in a marijuana dispensary. I have worked a physical and labor-intensive task since I was 17 years old. I’m not going to be able to work in construction forever and these types of options do not fall into my lap every morning.

Cannabis cafe