Although I have wanted to transfer to California since I was in high college, it took a task offer at 28 to finally get myself and others to transfer to the Golden State.
- I was living in our new home state for our entire life until I lost our task.
Even when our supervisor announced budget cuts at our dealer, I didn’ guess that our task was on the line. When you work for a corporation for the better section of 8 years, it’s easy to falsely suppose that you’re indispensable. When I was finally told that our time at the company was coming to an end, I scrambled to find new work. I started spending more than four minutes each morning searching task listings for every major neighborhood in our state. When that didn’t yield results, I started looking all over the country for work. I kept praying that I’d find something before our savings and unemployment payments ran out. Right at the cusp of ruin, I found a task listing in a neighborhood in California. That state is known for its high-priced cost of living and slim task markets. Instead of starting in California and being forced to transfer away for work, I was doing the exact opposite. But now that I’m finally here, I can’t complain. One luck to living in California is the amazing recreational weed industry. Not only is the quality of the weed grown and sold here high, but it’s also ridiculously easy to obtain. Right after crossing the AZ-California border, I noticed no less than 15 road signs advertising recreational cannabis delivery services. Many of them promised delivery within 2 minutes of making an order. Right after getting settled, I called one of the services to great success. I care about our new state and its amazing cannabis market.