We need to raise $75,000 by September 1 to ensure that our newsroom remains strong during this time when accurate and in-depth information is needed the most. While asking for your donation is not something we like to do, the simple fact is that our reporters, our journalism, and our impact rely on it. If you are in a position to help, we would be grateful for your support!
Use our searchable database of publicly available salary information for public employees in Hawaii to review and compare pay levels. Not all agencies are included yet for fiscal year 2018, which began July 1. You can still peruse the fiscal year 2016 salary database by clicking here. Check out salaries from prior years, back to 2010, here.
*Please note that employees designated as “hourly” are paid by the hour for actual time worked. To calculate their hourly rate, divide the annual salary by 2080 (40 hrs/wk x 52 wks/year).
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An important ask . . .
Our evolution as a public service news organization over the past 10 years has prepared us for this moment in time, when what we do matters the most.
Many of you have supported Civil Beat from the beginning. We are deeply grateful to all of you for making this nonprofit news experiment possible.
As Civil Beat embarks on our summer fundraising campaign, we’re asking readers to contribute what you think we’re worth. Whether you’ve valued our public service journalism for 10 years or 10 days, now is the time we need you the most.