Submit Your 420 Resume Now

Optionally upload your resume for employers to view. Max. file size: 1,000 KB.
Optionally type or copy/paste your cover letter for employers to view.
+ Add Experience Optionally provide information about any of your work experience.
+ Add Education Optionally provide information about any of your education and certification.
Maximum file size: 1,000 KB.

Submit your 420 resume by entering your information in the form fields above!

Important: Before pushing on the “Submit Resume” button above, please double-check that you’ve completed these required form fields:

  • Your First and Last Name
  • Your Email Address
  • Select Your State
  • City You’re Wanting To Work
  • Job You’re Applying To Work

Marijuana Jobs Cannabis Careers™ has one bold purpose and one massive mission... helping to create 420 Jobs & Careers!

We strive to help job seekers, just like you, find a 420 job opportunity and then get a real chance to start their 420 careers in the Marijuana, Cannabis, Hemp, Weed, and CBD industry.

We are thrilled by the overwhelming number of legitimate employers, hiring managers, and recruiters that are posting their 420 job listings on this website.

Real employers, hiring managers, and recruiters are the capability to search through our “420 Resume Database” to discover job applicants and careers candidates for their available positions in the following States:

Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Massachusetts, Maine, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington.

What to expect after submitting your resume: After you submit a resume through this website, you may be contacted by an employer, hiring manager, or recruiter via the email address and/or phone number that you provide in the “Submit Resume” form further down on this page.

What will employers contact you about: If you’re selected as a potential job candidate, then the employer, hiring manager, or recruiter might ask you some additional questions. Your employer, hiring manager, or recruiter will also likely want to schedule an interview with you. Phone interviews are very common, but you may be asked to make a visit to the employer’s office or headquarters, too.

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