Do You Want to Be Paid $50,000 to Smoke Cannabis?

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Budtrader is offering what might just be the best job in the world: A product tester that is paid $50,000 a year to smoke weed all day long. Best of all, you can work from home! How can you apply for this job of a lifetime? Read on to find out? is one of the biggest names in cannabis in the world. Millions of people frequent their platform to check out the best cannabis strains and CBD products every year. Of course, as with anything some products are good, and some are less than good.

That’s where the product tester comes in. The tester will be expected to review a variety of cannabis products and write in-depth reviews in the form of blogs posted to the BudTrader site.

Though it may sound like anyone can do this job there are some requirements. You’ll have to be comfortable in front of a camera in order to produce high quality unboxing videos and engaging explainer videos. They will also be expected to produce Facebook and Instagram posts, as well as frequent SnapChat posts. So some experience with social media management is needed.

Any applicants must be a solid writer capable of working to the editorial standards of BudTrader. They must also have the right screen presence to make engaging videos and engage views in livestreams on Facebook and YouTube!

Of course, it goes without saying that applicants must be physically healthy enough to be able to fulfil the requirements of this prestigious role.

As we mentioned above, you can fulfill your duties from the comfort of your own home, but you had better make sure you can meet deadlines and hit any quotas allocated to you.

If you want to apply for this job of a lifetime simply follow these simple steps:

  • Assemble a resume
  • Get a headshot
  • Make a 60 second intro video for yourself
  • Send all the above to
Niamh Tumilty
Niamh Tumilty
Niamh Tumilty is a writer and multimedia producer for cannabisMD where she is constantly evaluating the continued growth of CBD and its presence in the news. Her research and writing on cannabis and CBD can be found at

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