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Paradise Life – Overview of Working & Living in Oahu

Posted on November 4, 2020   |   by   |   Job Seekers, Relocation, Well Being, Work Environment

Author Jill Gilliland

Want to practice in paradise? Beat a wicked winter and learn how to surf in your off time. While you will find some top-shelf surf spots in Honolulu, you will also find art museums, bike paths, and some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.

Honolulu is considered the heart of Hawaii. With its lively energy, amazing street food, and surfer vibe – it is a top destination for tourists & professionals alike.

Not only does Honolulu have an active surfer life, there are hiking trails, biking and boating. There are hobbies for all in this island paradise.   

 

Visit Honolulu: https://www.gohawaii.com/islands/oahu/regions/honolulu

Living in Honolulu:

Cost of Living Calculator -Although living in Hawaii isn’t cheap, there are some neighborhoods and different places across the city that are affordable.

Island Breakdown – 

Although anywhere in Honolulu is going to give you amazing views, an impeccable sunset & gorgeous weather – there are a few neighborhoods locals & visitors prefer to live in.

According to jetset times these are three of the top eight areas to live in:

Waikiki 

Waikiki is a marvel to walk around in at night as the entire area comes to life, with tourists and locals alike, buzzing with excitement as lifelong memories are made.

Ala Moana

Think…rodeo drive, but in Hawaii. Want swanky stores, top restaurants and a fun street to strut around on? This is the area to do it.

Kaimuki 

The most residential area in Honolulu, but don’t let the cute families and houses fool you – they also have some of the best food on the island.

Eagerly wanting to work in Paradise? Check out our jobs currently available there!

Upload your resume for our Melnic team to review for any job opportunities. For other job opportunities or to check careers out please visit the Melnic Job Board!

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