The American Job Centers (also called One-Stop Centers) are a unique collaboration of state and local organizations addressing the workforce development needs of Hawaii – both our residents who are seeking jobs and businesses that want to employ them. There are four American Job Centers, one in each county providing free services to job seekers and employers. Services for job seekers include career counseling, HireNet Hawaii support, skills training, job search assistance and a resource center; while businesses can receive recruiting and job training assistance, along with labor market information.
Wanted: Hawaii Seeks Digital Nomads To Invigorate The Economy
A work-from-home economy could help Hawaii reverse the brain drain and offset tourism industry losses.
As jobs move online and companies consider keeping some work remote even after the coronavirus pandemic, Hawaii is seizing on the prospect of a work-from-anywhere economy to soften the blow of prolonged tourism job losses.