Out of work? Pack your bags and head to Hawaii where endless opportunities await
We all know what it’s like to be unemployed. Lack of direction and order in life can result in feelings of self-loathing and lack of motivation. But what if I told you that you could pack your bags and trade your mundane city life for a life of sun, sand and leisure? Oh and there’s almost a 100% guarantee of ongoing employment too. Sounds good, right?
Hawaii has long been known for its incredible natural beauty and year round sunshine, but to most people it has been thought of as a tropical recreation destination rather than a place to find employment. Hawaii is currently in desperate need of people who have education, medical or nursing backgrounds to fill a deficit in these areas. This demand is due to a number of factors, but the primary reasons are an aging workforce and difficulty attracting local candidates who often search for work abroad. This provides the perfect opportunity for candidates around the world seeking ongoing, sustainable work in one of the most idyllic locations in the world. With competitive salaries on offer, there has never been a more opportune time for a sea change.
To apply for the positions
You must have obtained a bachelor degree, and in some cases, you may need to take a short accreditation course. The education system is the backbone of civilization, and with teachers beginning to retire at an alarming rate Hawaii is keen to fill these gaps. Positions within the education system range from teaching, librarian and counseling to educational officers, civil service and support roles. This means there is a position available for all backgrounds. The island of Oahu in particular is seeing strong demand for teachers in the rural areas. Whether a recent graduate or a seasoned teacher, the education system is ready and waiting for qualified applicants. With pay starting at around $54,000 a year + the possibility of bonuses, it’s a deal worth considering. Oh, and who could forget the holiday benefits teachers enjoy? Just imagine all that tanning, hiking, surfing and snorkeling you could do in your off time. Hawaii is an island you will never grow tired of.
Doctors and nurses are not forgotten either. A shortage of doctors can have a significant impact on any population, but in the case of Hawaii and its many islands it is even more of an issue. When people cannot visit a local doctor they are forced to go to the emergency room, even for minor ailments. This puts great strain on the medical system and impacts upon public welfare. Hawaii has struggled to attract local applicants due to the high cost of medical school and the lure of better salaries on the mainland. This presents a rare opportunity for foreigners. The time is ripe for overseas applicants looking for a change. At the present time, there are over 700 positions waiting to be filled. If you have nursing or medical qualifications, you can expect a very competitive salary along with the pleasure of waking up to sunny skies and fresh air each and every day. You will also experience a great deal of personal satisfaction knowing that your work really matters, and that you are improving the quality of life for all residents of Hawaii.
Hawaii is open and waiting
If you want to trade your boring everyday existence for a life of fun in the sun then what are you waiting for? Tidy up that CV and submit your application. Not only will you experience great personal satisfaction in your job, you will contribute towards building a better society for all residents of beautiful Hawaii.
Aloha, and A hui hou