Jobs grouped by education
requirements for entry level
State of Hawaii number of jobs (2023)
No formal educational credential =
High school or equivalent =
Some college, no degree =
Postsecondary nondegree award =
Associate's degree =
Bachelor's degree =
Master's degree =
Doctoral or professional degree =
Entry Level Requirement for Employment
What kind of growth will this sector have?
Home Health Care
Industries within this Sector
State of Hawai'i (2022 - 2028) Projected Number of New Jobs
Projected Number of Jobs (New)
Will I be able to earn a living wage?
The goal of a living wage is to allow employees to earn enough income for a certain standard of living.
And just to be clear, the Living Wage we’re talking about here is how much it will cost you (annually)
to actually live in Hawai'i; more specifically—the income needed to support an individual or family with the basics.
A living wage is the income a worker needs to earn for the basic necessities such as housing, food, child care, transportation costs, miscellaneous — which includes clothing, as well as taxes to live in Hawai'i.