Agriculture, Food Innovation, and Natural Resources
Arts, Creative Media, and Communication
Business, Marketing, and Finance
Culinary, Hospitality, and Tourism
Education
Health Sciences and Services
Industrial and Engineering Technology
Information Technology
Law, Government, and Public Safety
Hawaii Public Schools:    
Academic Offerings
Certificates (credit & non-credit)
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
Occupations by Education Attainment Level for Agriculture, Food Innovation, and Natural Resources
(Sorted by the Number of Annual Openings)
High School or Equivalent
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
STEM Occupation Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
1No formal educational credential is necessary, but specialized training or trade school could be required.
2Some college, no degree is required for entry level positions.
3Postsecondary non-degree award (certificate) is required for entry level.

Growth: Growth is the net (non-negative) change for each year, and is calculated at the lowest level and aggregated up. For these reasons, it often differs from job change as calculated by subtracting an earlier year's jobs from a later year's job counts. The growth metric is a component of the openings metric (growth + replacements = openings).

Replacements: Replacements is the number of existing jobs that are estimated to have been vacated in the year. Replacements takes into account job openings that are created but that are not due to growth in the occupation.

Openings: Openings is the sum of growth and replacement, and it refers to the estimated number of job openings that exist both due to growth in the occupation and replacement needs in the occupation.

Hawaii Public Schools:    
Academic Offerings
Certificates (credit & non-credit)
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
Occupations by Education Attainment Level for Arts, Creative Media, and Communication
(Sorted by the Number of Annual Openings)
High School or Equivalent
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
STEM Occupation Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
1No formal educational credential is necessary, but specialized training or trade school could be required.
2Some college, no degree is required for entry level positions.
3Postsecondary non-degree award (certificate) is required for entry level.

Growth: Growth is the net (non-negative) change for each year, and is calculated at the lowest level and aggregated up. For these reasons, it often differs from job change as calculated by subtracting an earlier year's jobs from a later year's job counts. The growth metric is a component of the openings metric (growth + replacements = openings).

Replacements: Replacements is the number of existing jobs that are estimated to have been vacated in the year. Replacements takes into account job openings that are created but that are not due to growth in the occupation.

Openings: Openings is the sum of growth and replacement, and it refers to the estimated number of job openings that exist both due to growth in the occupation and replacement needs in the occupation.

Hawaii Public School:    
Academic Offerings
Certificates (credit & non-credit)
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
Occupations by Education Attainment Level for Business
(Sorted by the Number of Annual Openings)
High School or Equivalent
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
STEM Occupation Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
1No formal educational credential is necessary, but specialized training or trade school could be required.
2Some college, no degree is required for entry level positions.
3Postsecondary non-degree award (certificate) is required for entry level.

Growth: Growth is the net (non-negative) change for each year, and is calculated at the lowest level and aggregated up. For these reasons, it often differs from job change as calculated by subtracting an earlier year's jobs from a later year's job counts. The growth metric is a component of the openings metric (growth + replacements = openings).

Replacements: Replacements is the number of existing jobs that are estimated to have been vacated in the year. Replacements takes into account job openings that are created but that are not due to growth in the occupation.

Openings: Openings is the sum of growth and replacement, and it refers to the estimated number of job openings that exist both due to growth in the occupation and replacement needs in the occupation.

Hawaii Public Schools:    
Academic Offerings
Certificates (credit & non-credit)
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
Occupations by Education Attainment Level for Culinary, Hospitality, and Tourism
(Sorted by the Number of Annual Openings)
High School or Equivalent
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
STEM Occupation Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
1No formal educational credential is necessary, but specialized training or trade school could be required.
2Some college, no degree is required for entry level positions.
3Postsecondary non-degree award (certificate) is required for entry level.

Growth: Growth is the net (non-negative) change for each year, and is calculated at the lowest level and aggregated up. For these reasons, it often differs from job change as calculated by subtracting an earlier year's jobs from a later year's job counts. The growth metric is a component of the openings metric (growth + replacements = openings).

Replacements: Replacements is the number of existing jobs that are estimated to have been vacated in the year. Replacements takes into account job openings that are created but that are not due to growth in the occupation.

Openings: Openings is the sum of growth and replacement, and it refers to the estimated number of job openings that exist both due to growth in the occupation and replacement needs in the occupation.

Hawaii Public Schools   
Academic Offerings
Certificates (credit & non-credit)
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
Occupations by Education Attainment Level for Education
(Sorted by the Number of Annual Openings)
High School or Equivalent
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
STEM Occupation Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
1No formal educational credential is necessary, but specialized training or trade school could be required.
2Some college, no degree is required for entry level positions.
3Postsecondary non-degree award (certificate) is required for entry level.

Growth: Growth is the net (non-negative) change for each year, and is calculated at the lowest level and aggregated up. For these reasons, it often differs from job change as calculated by subtracting an earlier year's jobs from a later year's job counts. The growth metric is a component of the openings metric (growth + replacements = openings).

Replacements: Replacements is the number of existing jobs that are estimated to have been vacated in the year. Replacements takes into account job openings that are created but that are not due to growth in the occupation.

Openings: Openings is the sum of growth and replacement, and it refers to the estimated number of job openings that exist both due to growth in the occupation and replacement needs in the occupation.

Hawaii Public Schools:    
Academic Offerings
Certificates (credit & non-credit)
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
Occupations by Education Attainment Level for Health Sciences and Human Services
(Sorted by the Number of Annual Openings)
High School or Equivalent
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
STEM Occupation Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
1No formal educational credential is necessary, but specialized training or trade school could be required.
2Some college, no degree is required for entry level positions.
3Postsecondary non-degree award (certificate) is required for entry level.

Growth: Growth is the net (non-negative) change for each year, and is calculated at the lowest level and aggregated up. For these reasons, it often differs from job change as calculated by subtracting an earlier year's jobs from a later year's job counts. The growth metric is a component of the openings metric (growth + replacements = openings).

Replacements: Replacements is the number of existing jobs that are estimated to have been vacated in the year. Replacements takes into account job openings that are created but that are not due to growth in the occupation.

Openings: Openings is the sum of growth and replacement, and it refers to the estimated number of job openings that exist both due to growth in the occupation and replacement needs in the occupation.

Hawaii Public Schools   
Academic Offerings
Certificates (credit & non-credit)
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
Occupations by Education Attainment Level for Industrial and Engineering Technology
(Sorted by the Number of Annual Openings)
High School or Equivalent
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
STEM Occupation Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
1No formal educational credential is necessary, but specialized training or trade school could be required.
2Some college, no degree is required for entry level positions.
3Postsecondary non-degree award (certificate) is required for entry level.

Growth: Growth is the net (non-negative) change for each year, and is calculated at the lowest level and aggregated up. For these reasons, it often differs from job change as calculated by subtracting an earlier year's jobs from a later year's job counts. The growth metric is a component of the openings metric (growth + replacements = openings).

Replacements: Replacements is the number of existing jobs that are estimated to have been vacated in the year. Replacements takes into account job openings that are created but that are not due to growth in the occupation.

Openings: Openings is the sum of growth and replacement, and it refers to the estimated number of job openings that exist both due to growth in the occupation and replacement needs in the occupation.

Hawaii Public Schools:    
Academic Offerings
Certificates (credit & non-credit)
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
Occupations by Education Attainment Level for Information Technology
(Sorted by the Number of Annual Openings)
High School or Equivalent
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
STEM Occupation Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
1No formal educational credential is necessary, but specialized training or trade school could be required.
2Some college, no degree is required for entry level positions.
3Postsecondary non-degree award (certificate) is required for entry level.

Growth: Growth is the net (non-negative) change for each year, and is calculated at the lowest level and aggregated up. For these reasons, it often differs from job change as calculated by subtracting an earlier year's jobs from a later year's job counts. The growth metric is a component of the openings metric (growth + replacements = openings).

Replacements: Replacements is the number of existing jobs that are estimated to have been vacated in the year. Replacements takes into account job openings that are created but that are not due to growth in the occupation.

Openings: Openings is the sum of growth and replacement, and it refers to the estimated number of job openings that exist both due to growth in the occupation and replacement needs in the occupation.

Hawaii Public School:    
Academic Offerings
Certificates (credit & non-credit)
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
Occupations by Education Attainment Level for Law, Government, and Public Safety
(Sorted by the Number of Annual Openings)
High School or Equivalent
Associates
Bachelor's or Higher
STEM Occupation Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
1No formal educational credential is necessary, but specialized training or trade school could be required.
2Some college, no degree is required for entry level positions.
3Postsecondary non-degree award (certificate) is required for entry level.

Growth: Growth is the net (non-negative) change for each year, and is calculated at the lowest level and aggregated up. For these reasons, it often differs from job change as calculated by subtracting an earlier year's jobs from a later year's job counts. The growth metric is a component of the openings metric (growth + replacements = openings).

Replacements: Replacements is the number of existing jobs that are estimated to have been vacated in the year. Replacements takes into account job openings that are created but that are not due to growth in the occupation.

Openings: Openings is the sum of growth and replacement, and it refers to the estimated number of job openings that exist both due to growth in the occupation and replacement needs in the occupation.