The beautiful state of Hawaii is an extremely popular tourist destination. If you’re like me and you live in a cold state, you understand how nice it is to visit a place like Hawaii.
From pristine beaches to lush forests and volcanos, the state offers a wide variety of natural habitats and climates to explores. I would highly recommend taking a bike tour down one of the mountains on the islands. It’s an exhilarating a beautiful experience.
Due to the small size of Hawaii, it has a relatively small number of people hired into a health administration role. BLS.gov estimates that just over 1,000 people are working in the health administration field in the state.
Annual median wage is around $101,000. This is more than enough to make a nice living on while you live in your beach bungalow. Remember that the cost of general necessities in Hawaii are higher than they are on the mainland US due to additional transportation costs for goods and services.
Healthcare Administration Schools in Hawaii
University of Phoenix Hawaii
Master of Health Administration
This course, like most other University of Phoenix courses, is offered in an online format for more convenience.
Credit hours will vary
Cost of Living in Hawaii
As mentioned earlier, the cost of living is quite a bit higher than in other states in the US. This is due to the fact that the island is very isolated, and the cost of shipping goods to the island can be very high. For example, you can expect to pay around $5-$6 for a gallon of milk.
The city of Honolulu is much like any other US city. It offers many of the same amenities as any other large city with the added benefit of being surrounded by beautiful scenery.
Next on the list is Idaho.