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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

Ten Steps to Finding a Job in Hawaii

The Best Way in Finding a Job in Hawaii I'm going to share my secrets on what I believe is the best way in finding a job in Hawaii. By far the most common kind of email we get is "I'm a professional [something] and want to live in Hawaii. How can I find a

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

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

How To Find a Job In Hawaii?

One of the hottest topics on people's minds that visit this website is - "How can I find a job in Hawaii?" Most people considering a move to the islands will also have to work at least part-time, and they don't even know where to start. Start here. This won't be the perfect scenario for

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