Posted on: Dec 07, 2021


Why Hawaii is the perfect nursing destination for you!

When the topic of ideal working locations comes up, Hawaii is usually one of the first destinations that comes to mind, and it’s easy to see why. Hawaii is a tropical paradise teeming with perfect surf spots, a rich history, and beautiful beaches just waiting to be explored! With low crime rates, exceptional educational institutes, and a high standard of healthcare facilities, Hawaii is truly a great place to call home.

Cost of Living:

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The cost of living in Hawaii is relatively cheap compared to the other U.S states. As of 2021, If a nurse wanted to rent a 3-bedroom house, it would cost roughly $2,900 per month. Financing a car in Hawaii would cost on average $505 per month. Walking or taking the bus are the two modes of transportation nurses in Hawaii make use of. The average bus fare costs around $2.50 one way, or you can buy a Holo card for $70 every month per passenger. Car rental is also quite affordable in Hawaii, costing around $20 per day on average

Grocery Shopping 

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You’ll be hard pressed to find a larger range of groceries anywhere else in the world. Hawaii has extremely diverse culinary options thanks to its geographical location midway between the United States and Asia. Hawaii is also home to a wide variety of tropical fruits that are highly sought after by other countries around the world. 

The wide variety of culinary options does however come at a disadvantage. According to a study conducted by Missouri Economic Research and Information Center, Hawaii is one of the most expensive places to buy groceries in the US because many products are shipped in from the mainland, resulting in a steep price hike. 

On Oahu, for example, a gallon of whole milk can cost as much as $8.99, whereas the average cost of the milk in any other state is around $3.71 per gallon. For this reason, if you intend on moving to Hawaii we suggest investing in a Cosco Membership. This will allow you to buy groceries in bulk and help to scale your costs down. 

Education:

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Hawaii has a wide variety of educational services, ranging from preschool to colleges. The average preschool tuition is approximately $10,904 per year. The average private elementary school tuition is approximately $13,467 per year, and the average private highschool tuition cost is $16,252 per year. 

Regardless of what institution you choose to send your child/children to, they are guaranteed to receive high quality education with a variety of extra mural activities designed to keep them busy for hours. These include learning about the importance of conservation, surfing classes, art classes, and so much more!

Hospitals:

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Hawaii has a plethora of high quality hospitals. Infact, Hawaii received top scores for health care access, health care quality, and public healthcare according to News & World Reports annual 2019 Best statest rankings

The state of Hawaii has a large number of quality hospitals. The Queen’s Medical Center was ranked the top hospital in the state of Hawaii. The state’s major hospitals include Kaiser Permanente Moanalua Medical Center and Adventist Health Castle.  

The other top hospitals in Hawaii include:

  • Hale Ho’ola Hamakua Hospital
  • Hawaii State Hospital
  • Hilo Medical Center
  • Kahuku Medical Center 

Activities:

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Home to the world’s most active volcanoes, the only royal palace in the U.S., and the welcoming aloha spirit, Hawaii is like no place on earth. Nurses can discover the hidden sea caves of Napali Coast while visiting the Punalu’u Black Sand Beach. From surfing the gentle waves of Waikiki Beach to snorkeling with manta rays on the Kona Coast, the Hawaiian Islands are truly an adventurer’s playground. 

In Hawaii, breathtaking sights await you at every turn. Nurses can explore nature’s beauty in national parks such as the breathtaking Kalaupapa National Historical Park on Molokai. Nurses who are interested in learning about Hawaii’s history can visit Puuloa where the artifacts from the attack on Pearl Harbor are preserved. 

Culture:

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The culture of the Hawaiian people is perhaps their most distinctive trait. The spirit of aloha is a large driving force behind their compassionate and peaceful way of life. Grounded in the belief that one should care for the environment and one another, this way of life is expressed through many cultural practices like chanting, music, the hula, art, and the giving of the lei (a garland of flowers). Hawaii is also home to many diverse cultures and has numerous museums and galleries around the island showcasing them.

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