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Compensation: Salary commensurate with experience.

Apr 18
Full-time and Part-time

Compensation: hourly salary

Apr 18
Intern

Compensation: $11.09 per hour

Apr 17

Compensation: $15.00-18.00/ Hour, based on experience

Apr 17

Compensation: Compensation is commensurate with experience and education.

Apr 17

Compensation: Salary commensurate with experience and education

Apr 17
Full-time

Compensation: competitive wages and benefits

Apr 16

Compensation: not specified

Apr 16
Full-time/Temp

Compensation: $10-12 per hour

Apr 16

Compensation: Starting salary from $25K to $27K annually

Apr 16

Compensation: negotiable on experience

Apr 16

Compensation: Commensurate with experience

Apr 15

Compensation: not specified

Apr 15
Full-time

Compensation: $10-$11 hourly

Apr 15
Full-time and Part-time

Compensation: D.O.E.

Apr 15

Compensation: not specified

Apr 15
Apr 15
Full-time/Temp

Compensation: $14.00/hour

Apr 15
Apr 15

Compensation: Commensurate with experience.

Apr 14

Compensation: Based on experience

Apr 14

Compensation: Based on experience

Apr 14

Compensation: Commensurate with experience

Apr 9

Hawaii Clerical & Administrative Jobs Set to Grow

One look at the list of Hawaii Admin/Clerical jobs will tell you that this is where a lot of entry-level positions can be found. Many of them require just basic skills, such as filing & record keeping, to get your foot in the door. Common computer skills alone can be enough in some cases, provided you have the right attitude, too. There's more than that, though, here, including a lot of room to grow.
 
These positions are always essential, because they hold the business or organization together. They're the infrastructure, so that means increasingly important responsibility as you go up the ladder. The Office Manager jobs in Honolulu you'll find here are a great example. They do exactly that – manage and run the office, from top to bottom.
 
Executive Assistants are another. They often speak for the top people in the company and even write their press releases, policy memos and other crucial papers. These are positions that are well-compensated, and for good reason. There's a lot on their shoulders.
 
As a whole, opportunity is going to be greatest for Admin/Clerical jobs in Healthcare. The huge growth of that industry, and the changes in it, are creating a need for workers like never before. Positions for Hawaii Accounts Receivable Clerks, Office Receptionists and Account Managers are just some that have new openings added constantly in medical-related workspaces, and will continue to for some time.
 
It seems the fears that the digital revolution would wipe out this sector aren't coming true. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects job growth of 12% for Secretaries & Administrative Assistants during the 10 years leading to 2020. General office clerks in Hawaii will probably see a 17% gain during that same time. Those rates are easily on track and even far ahead of other labor categories.
 
It could be worth your while to check out our Hawaii Healthcare jobs category. Going where the opportunities are is always a good plan. We have many Clerical & Administrative positions on Oahu, Maui, the Big Island and Kauai that could be perfect for you. We're always working here  at Hawaii Job Engine to get you to work!
 
 
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