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We’re often told that a good resumé is the key to landing a job interview. But if you haven’t been through the process lately, be aware that the rules of job hunting have changed over the past few years.
As home rental rates climb ever higher and essentials like gasoline and groceries fetch record prices in Maui County, even folks with full-time jobs often have to rely on extra income from side gigs to make ends meet.
Maui is bursting at the seams with “help wanted” signs. Still, finding gainful employment in such an expensive place feels daunting. We get it.
In June, state officials unveiled the Hawai‘i Career Acceleration Navigator. Gov. David Ige touted it as “a first-of-its-kind data platform to connect job seekers to careers in our post-pandemic economy.” Sounds good, but how does it work? Pretty well, actually.
Through the generosity and compassion of two local philanthropists, Maui’s at-risk youth will soon have a safe haven to escape to in times of crisis.
The housing crisis is hitting animal-owning renters—and the Maui Humane Society—especially hard.
After a year-and-a-half long process that included multiple reports, self-study and a campus inspection, UH Maui College has been re-accredited for the next eight years by the WASC Senior College and University Commission.