The dispensary now keeps four other cannabis delivery drivers on staff, although due to my seniority I am the shift leader
In the industry we no longer use the term “Delivery Boy.” First of all, this term is sexist and exclusionary, because this is a job that can be done by any gender. Secondly, that term is a little offensive, because it makes it seem like anyone who delivers packages or food for a living is less than a man. This is a perfectly good way to make extra money, and if you get the right kind of delivery job it can be a full-fledged career. You won’t ever make a good living delivering pizza, but if you can lock down a job with a cannabis delivery service you’re on the right track. I started doing cannabis deliveries for the local dispensary long before recreational pot use had been legalized. At the time I was the only cannabis delivery driver on staff, because there wasn’t as much call for it. I could easily handle all of the medical cannabis deliveries on my own. These days the game has changed, because legalized recreational marijuana has increased demand! My medical cannabis delivery route stopped by old folks homes and retirement communities. Now that my route includes recreational weed, most of my stops are on the college campus, or in family neighborhoods. The dispensary now keeps four other cannabis delivery drivers on staff, although due to my seniority I am the shift leader. I have eight years of experience at this store now, and a long history of cannabis deliveries, plus I am a woman – so please do not call me a Delivery Boy.