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Top 100 Highest Paying Jobs in Hawaii | Latest 2020 Update

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Top 100 Highest Paying Jobs in Hawaii | Latest 2020 Update.

100 Highest Paying Jobs in Hawaii: Hawaii, though a state in the United States of America, is a favoured and highly sort after destination for millions of people around the world and in the United States of America.

Not only is Hawaii noted for its tropical beautiful but for its exotic culture, people and food. It offers a lot Opportunities that you can find out in this article.

It is a top destination for fun seekers and vacationers or holiday-travelers who are seeking to soak in all Hawaii has to offer. The world’s richest people regularly holiday in Hawaii and, of course, that attracts a lot of persons too.

 

The influx of the world’s rich, educated and upwardly mobile people to Hawaii and it being a tourist attraction has culminated into the cost of living in Hawaii being very high. Most people who troop into Hawaii expect that easy money is to be made but they soon realize this isn’t so.

After visiting Hawaii, you are already probably thinking ,”You know what, I could actually enjoy working here.” As that idea swirls round you head the next question that would pop into head would likely be, “What are the top 100 best highest paying jobs in Hawaii for 2018?” Before you even think about working in Hawaii here are some of the things you should know:

In Hawaii, the best highest paying jobs are usually medical jobs, law or judicial jobs, military job placements and in government-run agencies and corporations. Also, highly skilled personnel in the technology industry are also highly paid. It is therefore important that you acquire as much skills, certifications and experience as possible if you hope to be employed in these positions as the competition is very high.

How to Find Best Highest Paying Jobs in Hawaii.

As it is common in other parts of the United States of America, most firms put their job vacancies advertisements online and on websites such as craiglist.org and specially, www.honololu.craiglist.org for Hawaii jobs. You can also find these job placements on websites such as the main newspaper website in Hawaii, which is the Staradvertiser.

How to Find Highest Paying Jobs in Hawaii for Foreigners.

If you are a foreigner you have to follow the work visa procedure which is the same as applicable to work in the U.S. It is called the H-1B.  You can check the Official U.S government immigration website to find out more.

Top 100 Best Paying Jobs in Hawaii

These are the top 100 best highest paying jobs in Hawaii for 2018 and the average salaries per annum.

S/No.Job DescriptionAverage Salary
1N     Nurse Anesthetists$191,330
2Judges, Magistrate Judges, and Magistrates$190,110
3General Internists$181,660
4General Pediatricians$177,900
5Family and General Practitioners$176,930
6Chief Executives$171,050
7Veterinarians$164,600
8Obstetricians and Gynecologists$145,640
9Postsecondary Health Specialties Teachers$139,970
10General Dentists$130,080
11Nurse Practitioners$123,430
12Pharmacists$121,470
13Architectural and Engineering Managers$120,670
14Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engineers$118,070
15Optometrists$114,610
16Computer and Information Systems Managers$113,640
17Aerospace Engineers$113,410
18Physician Assistants$111,090
19Industrial Engineers$110,690
20Postsecondary Education Administrators$110,180
21Training and Development Managers$109,490
22Natural Sciences Managers$108,460
23Atmospheric and Space Scientists$108,450
24Geoscientists (Except Hydrologists and Geographers)$108,450
25Medical and Health Services Managers$108,180
26Astronomers$106,100
27Computer and Information Research Scientists$105,100
28Air Traffic Controllers$104,060
29First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives$103,150
30Financial Managers$102,860
31Other Psychologists$102,610
32Registered Nurses$102,450
33Electronics Engineers (Non Computer)$100,930
34Nurse Midwives$100,600
35Postsecondary Law Teachers$100,490
36Purchasing Managers$99,970
37Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Powerhouse, Substation, and Relay$99,700
38Chemical Engineers$99,530
39General and Operations Managers$99,110
40Marketing Managers$98,660
41Engineers, All Other$98,250
42Detectives and Criminal Investigators$98,180
43Lawyers$97,630
44Construction Managers$96,370
45Physicists$96,160
46Computer Network Architects$95,260
47Information Security Analysts$94,090
48Social Scientists and Related Workers$93,700
49Compensation and Benefits Managers$93,320
50Human Resources Managers$93,120
51Systems Software Developers$92,750
52Elementary and Secondary School Education Administrators$92,100
53Diagnostic Medical Sonographers$91,790
54Commercial Pilots$91,730
55Nuclear Medicine Technologists$91,550
56All Other Managers$91,400
57Other Computer Occupations$91,170
58Historians$90,860
59Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists$90,740
60Elevator Installers and Repairers$90,610
61Power Distributors and Dispatchers$90,570
62Database Administrators$90,130
63Electrical Engineers$90,090
64Actuaries$89,810
65Postsecondary Sociology Teachers$89,430
66Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers$89,430
67Nuclear Engineers$89,070
68Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators$89,070
69Environmental Engineers$88,390
70Administrative Services Managers$88,300
71Public Relations and Fundraising Managers$88,200
72Physical Therapists$88,070
73Economists$87,970
74Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators, and Hearing Officers$87,510
75Anthropology and Archeology Teachers$87,090
76Tapers$87,060
77Industrial Production Managers$87,030
78Other Physical Scientists$86,290
79Power Plant Operators$86,160
80Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers$86,120
81Post secondary Economics Teachers$85,710
82Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers$85,450
83First-Line Supervisors of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers$85,110
84Architects (Except Landscape and Naval)$84,950
85Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety Engineers and Inspectors$84,530
86Reinforcing Iron and Rebar Workers$84,210
87Post secondary Political Science Teachers$83,830
88Post secondary Computer Science Teachers$83,360
89Labor Relations Specialists$83,160
90Hearing Aid Specialists$83,140
91Civil Engineers$82,780
92Occupational Therapists$82,660
93Post secondary Biological Science Teachers$82,640
94Post secondary Nursing Instructors and Teachers$81,920
95Network and Computer Systems Administrators$81,710
96Post secondary Physics Teachers$81,480
97Logisticians$81,360
98Sales Managers$80,950
99Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators$80,420
100Other Media and Communication Equipment Workers$80,220

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