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Company Offers To Pay $36,000 A Year For Cannabis Product Reviews

A marijuana-review website is looking to hire a cannabis product reviewer and is willing to pay up to $36,000 a year in salary for the job.

American Marijuana said that the job involves reviewing a wide variety of cannabis products and giving "honest and reliable insights" on the products to the website's readers. The applicant can work from home.

"If you think you got the guts to smoke weed every day (plays Snoop Dogg song) and get paid doing it, you might just be the guy we need. But DO NOT expect us to hire you just because you can smoke because we're looking for a guy who also has extensive knowledge of marijuana to educate our readers," AmericanMarijuana.org said on its website.

Other conditions stipulated by the company include that that the job applicant needs to be physically fit and healthy to carry out the cannabis product reviews. He must also be over the age of 18, and live in a state in America or Canada where medical marijuana is legal.

According to AmericanMarijuana.org, the applicant will have to write his "honest" reviews and opinions of the product in the form of a blog. He must also be comfortable in front of the camera, as the job includes unboxing videos and explainer videos of how each cannabis product performs as well as is different from other products in the category.

Every month, a box containing different brands and varieties of cannabis products, including weed strains, vapes, edibles and CBD oils, will be shipped to the applicant.

He will be required to test the products in person and write about his experience with the product. He must also record his experience in film.

The applicant will be paid up to $3,000 per month in salary, depending on his experience and capabilities.

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