Salaries by Job Title: How Much Money Does Everyone Earn in Hawai‘i?

Everyone wants to know how much money everyone else makes—even more now given the gloomy economy. Take a look and find out how your paycheck stacks up.


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$380,523
James Scott, president of Punahou School. This includes other compensation.

$44,432
Punahou Teacher
Starting salary with one year of experience and a master’s degree.

$90,160
Punahou Teacher
with 20 years of experience and a master’s degree.

$39,704.44 to $40,895.84
Public school teacher starting, with a bachelor’s degree and state-approved teacher education program. This range reflects an 8 percent pay reduction.

$51,129 to $52,663.56
Public school teacher
starting, with a Ph.D. and state-approved teacher education program. This range reflects an 8 percent pay reduction.

$53,249.60 to $72,836.40
Public school teacher with more than 20 years of experience, master’s degree and additional credentials. This ranges reflects an 8 percent pay reduction.

$78,827.44 to $143,319.44
Public school principal (elementary to high school)
This range reflects an 8 percent pay reduction.

$39,704.44 to $72,836.40
Public school librarian
This range reflects an 8 percent pay reduction.
 

STATE ASSISTANCE

$1,164 per month
Average Social Security payment for a Hawaii retiree in 2009

$1,064 per month
Average Social Security payment for a disabled Hawaii worker in 2009

$411 per week
Average unemployment payment in Hawaii in 2009

$20.34 per hour
Welfare case worker
 

HEALTHCARE

$710,000
Chuck Sted, president and CEO of Hawai‘i Pacific Health (which includes Straub, Wilcox, Pali Momi and Kapi‘olani hospitals). This is only Sted’s annual base salary.

$802,853
Arthur Ushijima, president and CEO of the Queen’s Health Systems and president of the Queen’s Medical Center
This includes his annual base salary and other compensation.

$434,123
Gary Kajiwara, president and CEO of Kuakini Health Systems
Kajiwara receives an annual salary of $380,990 and $53,133 in other compensation. This is a 2008 number provided by Guidestar.com.

$112,348
Dr. William Goodhue, Jr., acting chief medical examiner of Honolulu. This is after a voluntary 5 percent pay reduction the City Cabinet set in July 2009. Goodhue is the interim chief medical examiner.
 

These salary averages for Hawaii physicians were provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics:

$92,260
Optometrist

$102,600
Pharmacist

$144,280
General dentist

$64,990
Occupational therapist

$59,390
Dietitian and nutritionist

$83,490
Veterinarian

$77,950
Registered nurse
$77,190
Physician assistant

$48,780
Emergency medical technician

$21,850 to $28,980
Medical records clerk, Honolulu salary range, according to OfficeTeam.

$25,530 to $33,350
Surgery scheduler, Honolulu salary range, according to OfficeTeam.

 

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