Almost 20,000 people have applied for ‘Cannabis Connoisseur’ job posting

The company is looking for five pot smokers ready to try different types of marijuana. AP Photo/Steven Senne, File

Ever since a Toronto company put out a job posting to test marijuana, applications have been flying in from across the country, says marijuana business AHLOT.

The job posting went up 10 days ago. The pitch: Join Toronto-based marijuana company, AHLOT, to be part of their cannabis curation committee.

Vice-president Martin Strazovec says the number of applications has been overwhelming.

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“We’ve been receiving, believe it or not, one applicant a minute since we launched.”

That’s just around 20,000 applicants, and they’re still accepting those applications until legalization in October.

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The company is looking for five pot smokers to try different types of marijuana.

They can work from home and are entitled to $50 an hour, for a maximum of up to 16 hours a month.

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