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Current Job Listings in Hawaii

Find a job in Hawaii right now We've partnered with ZipRecruiter to give you up-to-date access to job openings.  If you don't live in Hawaii but want to work here, I would mega-strongly suggest you review the Ten Steps to Finding a Job in Hawaii as it will make all the difference between

Current Job Listings in Hawaii2017-10-25T18:57:49-10:00

We found teaching jobs on Oahu. Should we move?

The email I received below is exactly why I created the Can I live in Hawaii? quiz. There are many factors which will affect your time here and that quiz covers the big issues. That said, I felt this email would be helpful for others to read and my responses are in-line: Me and my

We found teaching jobs on Oahu. Should we move?2017-06-07T21:18:33-10:00

Marketing grad from Hilo wants to live in Hawaii

I so appreciate getting and responding to thoughtful visitor emails. Here's one that's rather instructive for all who want to live in Hawaii and I've embedded my responses in-line Aloha Peter, The reason I am messaging you is about your article ""Ten Steps to Finding a Job in Hawaii"". It was a great read, and really

Marketing grad from Hilo wants to live in Hawaii2017-06-07T21:18:25-10:00

UK business owner has fallen in love with Maui and wants to move here. Can she?

I received this very thoughtful email from Victoria and hope the responses help both her and others thinking about moving here. I especially picked her email because he correctly read my 10 steps to finding a job in Hawaii piece before contacting me so I know she's doing a little bit of homework. I'll respond

UK business owner has fallen in love with Maui and wants to move here. Can she?2017-05-18T20:52:40-10:00

Can a Registered Sleep Technologist retire in Hawaii?

Visitor Cindy writes: I have thought about moving to Hawaii, Oahu 3yrs after I retire. Would like to know if I could afford to live there on a minimal retirement of 1800.00 a month then possibly find a part time job to also help with expenses. I am a Registered Sleep Technologist and thought I

Can a Registered Sleep Technologist retire in Hawaii?2017-05-18T20:52:41-10:00

Freelance Filmmaker would love to work in Hawaii as surf photographer – how?

Here's a visitor email I received and the advice applies to many: Aloha/howzit! I'm a 25 year-old South African dude, currently working in Durban as a freelance filmmaker. But both my girlfriend and I are very keen for a change... We'd love to work in Hawaii for a year or as even a few weeks/months

Freelance Filmmaker would love to work in Hawaii as surf photographer – how?2017-05-18T20:52:41-10:00

Full-time job opportunity in Maui at $30/hr?

I received 2 job-related emails today and this one from Carolyn was the other one: Hi! I just recently came across a full-time job opportunity in Maui. We were recently discussing financial compensation. They are looking at paying an hourly wage of $30 to low 30's. It would just be me - no pets, and I

Full-time job opportunity in Maui at $30/hr?2016-09-20T21:37:47-10:00

Psychologist related careers in Hawaii

This email message came in today from Camille: Hello, I am looking to move to Hawaii with my mother in the future after my studies (to be a psychologist/animal behaviourist/Psychotherapist) from the UK, but I don't know how I am going to go about it. what kind of visa to get to be permanent? are

Psychologist related careers in Hawaii2016-09-20T21:36:39-10:00

Home Based Business Startup in Hawaii

One of the big problems in Hawaii is that there are limited opportunities for work. There are specific industries that do well on an island - and there are few of them. The military provides a lot of jobs, and the major industry in Hawaii is of course, tourism. If you're having trouble finding a

Home Based Business Startup in Hawaii2018-12-18T07:21:41-10:00

Finding Employment in Hawaii – What is in Demand?

Employment in Hawaii Employment is tough to find for most people. Jobs exist in certain career fields. If you’re a waiter-waitress, nurse or other healthcare worker, or you have worked in the travel industry, you can probably find a job in Hawaii. If not, it’s a serious struggle finding employment for most people that move

Finding Employment in Hawaii – What is in Demand?2019-06-23T19:31:38-10:00