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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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RETAILERS

$8 per hour
Salesperson, Raging Isle Surf & Cycle (no commission)

$12.57 to $13.70 per hour
Sales consultant, AT&T
Consultants can earn up to $1,200 more per month in commissions.

$9 to $15 per hour
Cashier, Foodland

$16 to $25 per hour
Top jewelry sales associates (including commissions), Maui Divers Jewelry
 

CONSTRUCTION

$39,480 to $60,744
Building construction inspector

$51,936 to $79,992
Chief building inspector

$38.95 per hour
Heat and frost insulator and allied workers

$31.15 per hour
Cement worker

$33.60 per hour
Roofer, shingle or tile worker

$36.10 per hour
Crane operator, waterfront dredging

$28.93 per hour
Concrete-mixing truck driver, Hawaiian Cement

$35.19 per hour
Hot liquid asphalt tanker driver, Grace Pacific Corp.

$55,930
Real estate broker, Honolulu average, according to the U.S. Bureau of Statistics.
 

TRANSPORTATION


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$25,518 to $38,277
Security screener, Honolulu International Airport

$7.25 to $9 per hour
Parking structure attendant, Honolulu International Airport

$72,000 per year (including commissions)
Car salesperson, starting, Tony Group

$100,000 per year (including commissions)
Top-grossing salesperson, Tony Group

$12 per hour
Car mechanic,  Manoa Service Station, starting

$19 per hour
Car mechanic, Manoa Service Station, top scale

$31,500
Vehicle service attendant, starting, Enterprise Rent-a-Car

$9 per hour
Mover, M. Dyer & Sons

$75,000
UPS delivery truck driver

$21.31 per hour
Hawaii letter carrier, starting, U.S. Postal Service
Letter carriers also receive an additional 25 percent cost-of-living allowance.

$23.96 per hour
Driver, TheBus, after five years of service.

$26,950
Taxi driver, Honolulu average, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Drivers for TheCab are independent contractors, so they pay TheCab $500 to $600 for a monthly dispatch service and keep their earnings.
 

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