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After a rough two years, America’s $28-billion legal weed industry saw signs of economic growth—but some mature markets declined.

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Why The Cannabis Industry Saw 5.4% Job Growth In 2023
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    Why The Cannabis Industry Saw 5.4% Job Growth In 2023

    Why The Cannabis Industry Saw 5.4% Job Growth In 2023

    The cannabis industry is growing again after two fallow years. In 2024, the legal cannabis workforce rose 5.4% over 2023, adding 23,000 new jobs while national marijuana sales saw double-digit growth, according to a new report by cannabis job platform Vangst, which was exclusively obtained by Forbes. …

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