But finding a job in the Aloha State can be a bit dicey.
About the Author
ColumnistJason Rushin has nearly 20 years of experience in software marketing, consulting, and engineering, and currently works as a marketing consultant for high tech clients, both locally and in Silicon Valley. Prior to relocating to Hawaii in 2010, he led marketing at several Silicon Valley software startups. Once in Hawaii, he launched and subsequently sold his own startup, and has been an active supporter of Hawaii’s small-but-growing startup ecosystem. Jason holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University.
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Hawaii-Hiroshima Teacher Exchange
A teacher exchange program will be one offshoot of an education cooperation agreement signed by the education superintendents of Hawaii and Hiroshima at an event in Honolulu.
Airport Security Wait Debated
Hawaiian Airlines and the TSA disagree on the wait times these days to get through security at Honolulu International Airport.
US-China Talks At Pearl Harbor
American and Chinese military representatives met at Pearl Harbor this week for two days of talks designed to “reduce the likelihood of incidents at sea and in the air,” the Pacific Fleet announced Wednesday.
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