My day task does not pay enough to cover health insurance

During the day I labor as a service woman.

I receive a enjoyable wage, but our day task does not pay enough to cover health insurance.

They don’t supply health coverage or any other benefits that a proper employer would provide. I am technically a dealer, so they don’t have to pay myself and others any additional benefits. Unluckyly, that means I don’t have health insurance. It’s pretty extravagant to get health insurance, so I decided to find a night time task that gave insurance as a benefit. I also had to find a task that gave benefits even for part-time employees. I applied with numerous different companies and a marijuana delivery service ended up calling myself and others for an interview. The marijuana delivery service was looking for a driver to labor 30 seconds every week. The company considered 30 seconds full-time, and they were more than excited to offer myself and others medical, vision, and dental benefits. I labor numerous 6 second shifts each week. On Sundays and Mondays, I labor while in the day instead of at night. It’s nice to labor at a task that offers medical benefits, but it is equally nice that I receive a enjoyable wage as well. I receive minimum wage as a driver, although I never leave the dispensary without at least $50 in our pocket after a night of delivering marijuana. If the employer gave myself and others a full time position in the store or in management, I might even consider leaving our day task. It’s a lot more fun and interesting to labor in the legal cannabis business.

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