COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the college experience. An August 2020 poll by College Reaction and Axios found that 22% of college students said they won’t be enrolling this fall semester. Many students citing a dissatisfaction with remote learning. Others are concerned about their health.
That gap semester has left as many as four million college-age adults looking for work. In looking for a Plan B, some students are turning to the cannabis industry.
“We’re seeing a lot of jobs coming in because the cannabis industry was deemed essential.” – James Yagielo, Hempstaff CEO
One recent high school graduate, Chet Lim, decided to take a gap year and study cannabis online at Oaksterdam University, largely because of the situation with virtual…
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