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A Company Is Offering Up To $45,000 A Year To Review Weed & Dream Jobs Don't Get Any Better

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While India never really went through anything like the American 'War On Drugs', we're constantly hearing of pushes towards legalisation across the western world. The latest in these comes from US cannabis review website American Marijuana - who are on the hunt for a new stoner influencer.

This Job Offers Up To $45,000 A Year To Test Weed© Unsplash

Currently, they're offering a substantial $47,000 per year (around 33 LPA) to vloggers with the skill, passion and charisma to successfully review CBD and THC products.

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You heard that right. However, there's a catch. The website is only interested in Canadian or American candidates from legal states - to whom they'll be sending gratis marijuana products that you'll have to review. The products themselves will include weed, vapes, edibles, and CBD oils.

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Naturally, the idea of getting paid to get high is massively interesting to thousands of us, so expect some serious competition if you're looking to join - there's only one lucky stoner that American Marijuana will eventually pick.

“The applicant will have to write about their honest reviews and opinions of the product in the form of a blog,” the posting says. “Moreover, they must also be comfortable in front of the camera since the job includes unboxing videos and explainer videos of how each cannabis product performs and differs from other, more notable products in the category.”

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The job does come with a set of hurdles to cross. To begin with, you must be at least 18 years old, physically healthy and be able to name six slang terms for marijuana. No joke. 

You're also required to submit a minute-long video that explains your passion for weed, along with details of your social media accounts, as they want to know how many followers you have.

Proud of your follower count? Might just be the right time to get that immigration process going.


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