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The Technical Specialist researches and develops new procedures to maintain all laboratories as state-of-the-art clinical facilities, in the field of Coagulation, Special Hematology, and Flow Cytometry. Responsible (under the supervision of the General Lab Manager and the Medical Director(s) for Hematology/ Coag and Flow Cytometry) for performance of instrumentation, manual methodology, troublesho...
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Posted Wed 16th April
Although tourism is Hawaii's largest industry, the state has much more than surfing and snorkeling to offer. Agriculture also plays a large part in the Hawaiian economy. Hawaii is the only state in the country that grows its own coffee. Hawaii is also the third largest supplier of pineapples in the world and leads the world in macadamia nut and orchid harvests. When it comes to wages, those in Hawaii are paid about 7 percent less on average than those who live on the mainland. Source: Wikipedia.
Hawaii at a Glance:
Unemployment Rate: 2.6%
2005 Per Capita Income: $34,539
Largest Cities: Honolulu, Hilo, Kailua, Kaneohe, Waipahu
Minimum Hourly Wage: $6.75 (rises to $7.25 in 2007)
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