Denver to Host Cannabis Industry’s Largest Career Fair Ever

Denver, CO – As the legal cannabis sector continues to grow in Colorado, Gradujuana, a cannabis industry staffing agency, has announced what could be the largest career fair in the industry’s history. Around 2,000 job seekers and 30 companies are expected to attend The Cannabis Career Fair on January 27th, 2016 from 4:00 – 8:00 PM at GreenLabs Denver, 1250 31st Street.
Gradujuana connects growing cannabis companies with the motivated talent they need, and job seekers from all around Denver are planning to attend the career fair in the hope of finding their dream opportunity in America’s fastest growing industry.

“The response to our event is an extremely positive sign for the entire industry,” said Gradujuana President Karson Humiston, “Cannabis companies are prioritizing recruiting efforts in 2016, and every day more and more high-quality candidates are recognizing the opportunity in the cannabis industry.”

Platinum sponsor LivWell released this statement: “LivWell is proud to sponsor the Cannabis Career Fair. We look forward to taking part in the event and discovering great talent for this rapidly growing industry.”
Among the companies recruiting positions ranging from entry to executive will be LivWell, The Green Solution, Mass Roots, The Farm, The Denver Consulting Group, Cannabrand, Ms. Mary’s Staffing, HempMeds, Canna Advisors, and many more.


Founded in the spring of 2015, Gradujuana offers direct hire, contract to hire, and temporary staffing solutions to dispensaries, grow facilities, infused product companies and ancillary businesses. Gradujuana has successfully placed over 150 employees with top cannabis companies in positions ranging from entry to executive in Colorado, California, Nevada, Arizona, Washington, Oregon, New York and Massachusetts.


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