All those computers, appliances and gaming systems need one important ingredient – electricity. That's probably why this is a skill area that will see definite swelling in numbers. Those Hawaii Mechanical jobs, particularly Repair & Maintenance, are on the rise, too.
Let's look closer at the Electrical area first. We should see at least 340 additional Electrical jobs in Hawaii. The number grows if you include professionals in related areas who need some of the same skill, such as those who work with relay stations and other power sources statewide. Electricians have a special edge here with the growth in Hawaii Construction jobs that's happening as well.
Mechanical Jobs Outlook Doesn't Need Fixing
Mechanical positions in Hawaii are going to experience the same positive conditions. The repair and maintenance segment of that category are expected to pile on 540 more slots for those with the skills to take on the work. In fact, the State's projections for the years up to 2020 state that Mechanical jobs on Maui will be one of the Top 10 with Most Annual Openings. That's opportunity.
They'll be needed everywhere else to, where the Department of Labor predicts a Big Island Mechanical jobs jump of 13%. Kauai Mechanical positions won't be far behind with 11% more added. They don't need things fixed only in Honolulu!
Those statistics don't include specialties such as Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Technician employment in Hawaii. If you do installation and repair of these machines, you will be living in the same upward draft. So there's even more out there expecting growth.
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