AnythingIT to Introduce Weedhire.com Job Website Targeting Employment in the Legal Marijuana Industry, May 2014

AnythingIT to Introduce Weedhire.com Job Website Targeting Employment in the Legal Marijuana Industry, May 2014

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Fair Lawn, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / April 3, 2014 / AnythingIT (OTCBB: ANYI), plans to introduce Weedhire.com a career website specifically targeting employment within the legal cannabis industry.  The site will focus on providing job seekers a quick and easy way to find employment as well as employers to find legitimate employee candidates to work in their expanding businesses within the legal marijuana marketplace.

Weedhire.com  job postings are to be for everything from accountants, lawyers, IT staff,  bookkeeping, operations, facilities, retail sales, inventory management, marketing, security, distribution, sorters, cultivators, manufacturers sales representatives,  transportation, medical assistants, chemists, and lab technicians to name a few will be in demand.

Individuals will be able to use the site at no cost to post resumes or search the ever-growing collection of job postings.  Employers will pay to list job postings and access our database of resumes of experienced individuals.  Expected revenues will come from sale of employment recruitment packages and advertising.

Currently there is an underserved market for employer & employee candidates to connect within the legal Marijuana industry.  As marijuana legislation continues to pass, more career opportunities will be created. Although Weedhire.com is to be an online portal and social media source for job seekers and providers, it will not be involved with the growth, sale, or distribution of marijuana.

“Legalized Marijuana will create tens of thousands of new jobs across the career spectrum, as thousands of companies are being created all of whom will require staffing and HR help. Unlike the tech boom of the 1990’s the cannabis industry is attracting individuals from all sectors and age groups.”  Stated, COO Vlad Stelmak.

“Our mission is to become the leading provider of specialized employment as well as help our clients hire the most qualified individuals and to help those individuals find the best job opportunities in the legal marijuana industry.” Stated CEO David Bernstein.

Currently 20 states including the District of Columbia have approved Medical Marijuana and more are expected to follow.  Industry analysts predict the current trend will accelerate and that the regulated domestic cannabis industry will grow from its current $1.5 Billion Market to over $20 Billion by 2019.

 

About AnythingIT

AnythingIT is a leading IT recycler serving OEM’s, Resellers, government and enterprise clients.  Services provided include: data scrubbing, shredding, inventorying, And resale.  Incorporated in 1992 the company is also a GSA Schedule Holder who has achieved E-Stewards, ISO 9001& 14001 certifications.

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This press release contains forward-looking statements that can be identified by terminology such as “believes,” “expects,” “potential,” “plans,” “suggests,” “may,” “should,” “could,” “intends,” or similar expressions. Many forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual results to be materially different from any future results or implied by such statements. These factors include, but are not limited to, our ability to comply with the laws, rules and regulations related to medical marijuana, our ability to identify and consummate business combinations, our ability to raise sufficient capital to fund our business, operations and any business combinations, our ability to continue as a going concern, and a limited public market for our common stock, among other risks. AnythingIT Inc.’s future results may also be impacted by other risk factors listed from time to time in its SEC filings. Many factors are difficult to predict accurately and are generally beyond the company’s control. Forward-looking statements speak only as to the date they are made and AnythingIT, Inc. does not undertake to update forward-looking statements to reflect circumstances or events that occur after the date the forward-looking statements are made.

 

For information, please contact:
David Bernstein
AnythingIT, Inc.
201-475-7301
daveb@anythingit.com

 

SOURCE: AnythingIT 

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