Wage statistics for Hawaii show that careers that generally require a degree in
business are likely to pay higher than average wages. The Bureau of Labor Statistics
State Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates for Hawaii for May 2008 report
that workers in all industries made an average annual wage of $41,630 ($20.02 per
hour) at that time. At this same time, Hawaii management occupations paid $86,780
annually ($41.72 per hour) and business and finance operations occupations in Hawaii
paid $56,770 annually ($27.29 per hour).
The first step in building a foundation for a successful Hawaii business career
is to earn a degree in business through an accredited online or campus-based business
degree program. You can find the Hawaii business degree program that is right for
you by browsing through the below list of schools offering accredited on-campus
and online business degree programs for students in Hawaii. Take the next step towards
becoming a Hawaii business professional by requesting information from the schools
below and finding the business degree program that best suits your needs.