10 Highest Earning Companies In Hawaii

10 Highest Earning Companies In Hawaii

Let’s talk about job hunting. Because unless you’re independently wealthy (in which I case I’m totally envious) or have a nice nest egg saved up for your retirement in Hawaii, you’re gonna have to figure out a way to earn … Read More

Best Companies To Work For In Hawaii

Best Companies To Work For In Hawaii

Yesterday I listed the highest earning companies in Hawaii (based on annual gross sales), and how they might be good places to look for a job. Well, if you care more about the quality of a workplace than the quantity … Read More

State Government Jobs In Hawaii

State Government Jobs In Hawaii

The state government in Hawaii is one of the biggest employers in the islands. According to Hawaii’s State Department of Labor & Industrial Relations, there were 73,700 state government jobs in 2009. Although the state government’s salaries aren’t remarkable (considering … Read More

City And County Government Jobs In Hawaii

City And County Government Jobs In Hawaii

While most of Hawaii’s government jobs are at the state level (73,700 jobs in 2009), there are still over 18,000 jobs in Hawaii’s local city and county government agencies. And like the state government, they offer enticing benefits packages. Nonresidents … Read More

Federal Government Jobs In Hawaii

Federal Government Jobs In Hawaii

Like the state government, the U.S. government is a huge employer in Hawaii. According to the State Department of Labor & Industrial Relations, there were more than 33,000 federal government jobs based in Hawaii in 2009. More than half of … Read More

Self-Employment In Hawaii

Self-Employment In Hawaii

In a state with such a high cost of living, it’s not uncommon for Hawaii residents to delve into some form of self-employment. Some have a “side business” to supplement their day job. For others, running their business is their … Read More

Who Is Hiring In Hawaii? Find Out

Yesterday, I came across another good resource for finding jobs in Hawaii: Job Link Now, which is part of the “Hawaii News Now” website. Like many job listing websites, Job Link Now includes a search function that allows you to … Read More

Hawaii Small Business Resources: 5 More Finds

In the 3 months since I wrote my post on self-employment incentives and resources in Hawaii, I’ve come across a few more that I’ve been saving up to write about. This week I found one more resource that is so … Read More

Resources For Hawaii Entrepreneurs

In less than two weeks, Startup Weekend will be happening for the first time in Hawaii. This is a very exciting news for the state’s growing number of high-tech entrepreneurs. If you’re interested in founding your own startup company in … Read More

Service Providers For Hawaii Startups

After publishing my last post, Resources For Hawaii Entrepreneurs, I’ve discovered that High Technology Development Corporation (HTDC) here in Hawaii has its own comprehensive list of recommended service providers for local startup companies. HTDC assures that all the consultants listed … Read More

Foreign Nationals. How You Can Live In Hawaii, Too

Foreign Nationals: How You Can Live In Hawaii, Too

Surprise, surprise: Americans citizens aren’t the only ones who want to move to Hawaii. During fiscal year 2009, nearly 7,000 green-card holders took up residency in the state (source: 2009 State of Hawaii Data Book). Among those 7,000 new residents, … Read More

Colleges, Universities & Vocational Schools In Hawaii

Colleges, Universities & Vocational Schools In Hawaii

When it comes to post-secondary education in Hawaii, there are surprisingly many options for a relatively small U.S. state. Public post-secondary schools include the Hawaii Department of Education adult community schools and the state’s expansive University of Hawaii system. There … Read More

Which Hawaiian Island Should You Move To

Which Hawaiian Island Should You Move To?

Deciding on which of the six major islands in Hawaii to call home is a nice problem to have. They are all beautiful and have something to offer their residents. But each island has its downside, too. For example: Oahu … Read More