Lpn In Hawaii - page 2
Hello, I was hoping to learn some info on Lpn's in Hawaii. I am an LPN and moving to Hawaii soon. What is the job market like, salaries, ceu's? how many you need for renewal?... Read More
- 0Mar 8, '04 by Lily2012I'm an LPN in Hawaii and all I have to say is good luck finding employment, There are many LPNS here and and from my experiance on Oahu they seem to be a dime a dozen. Any mainland transplants living on Oahu out there? looking for a penpal to chat with on my off time. please e-mail me!!
- 0Mar 8, '04 by cori1[Well actually I was wondering what the pay is like? I will most likely be working for the government out there on one of the bases where my husband gets staioned.. We lived there before and we know some people at the medical facilities, but as far as the civilian jobs how are they? where are you working currently?
QUOTE=Lily2012]I'm an LPN in Hawaii and all I have to say is good luck finding employment, There are many LPNS here and and from my experiance on Oahu they seem to be a dime a dozen. Any mainland transplants living on Oahu out there? looking for a penpal to chat with on my off time. please e-mail me!![/QUOTE]
- 0May 25, '04 by moliuchickGreat info on Hawaii. Thanks.
Anything else you can add to help me persuade my wife to move our family (2 boys under three) to Hawaii instead of Southern CAL where the average new house is $500,000 is much appreciated by me. (housing listings, average wages -I got $55,571 as the medium RN-Ocology from Salay.com-, etc...different locations)
She will become an RN next May and we are escaping Minnesota ASAP then, with my retiring-parents hopeully to follow as they can't be away from the adorable grandbabies and they also love Hawaii as much as ANYONE does.
Brian & Cecilia
Quote from apexsw20trdhi cory i live in honolulu, and from what i hear and rea on teh classified , there are more rn jobs then lpn job but there is some demand for lpn's.
the lpn's here in hawaii get on a avergae of $14-$16 perhour.
rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is about $850-$1100 per month.
gas is $2.00 per gallon
movie tickets cost $9.00 for night viewing and $5.50 for matinee's
a single family home cost about $385,000
tax is 4.167% on anything you buy.
traffic is bad here and the roads are bad.
85-65 degree's most of the time.
hope this helped.