It is a classic example of what is known as a “hidden expense.”

As it turns out, Hawaii is one of the top 10 most expensive places in the world to work, according to data from research firm Mintel.

The state ranks in the top five for average per-capita income.

The median household income is $41,664, which is $1,300 more than the national average of $37,039.

But Hawaii is also one of just five states in the U.S. that has a minimum wage higher than $15 per hour.

The average Hawaii worker earns just over $18 per hour, according the latest figures from the Labor Department.

That’s a little less than $3,000 less than the median wage in New York City.

In the last two years, Hawaii has gone from being the poorest state in the country to the richest, according a new report by the Economic Policy Institute.

In 2018, the state was the second most expensive in the nation, behind only California, according WalletHub, which aggregates and analyzes consumer spending data.

The report also found that Hawaii was the third most expensive state in America for businesses that pay workers a living wage.

The Hawaii economy is not growing as fast as most other states, but it’s still growing fast.

The latest national figures showed the state grew by 4.4 percent last year, compared to an annual growth rate of 3.7 percent in the rest of the country.

Hawaii has the fifth-fastest growing economy in the United States, according with the economy growing at an annual rate of 1.6 percent.

In other words, the Hawaii economy grew at a rate of 4.6 times faster than the rest in the entire country.

The economy is also booming, as more and more Americans are moving to Hawaii for work.

The number of foreign workers coming to the islands has jumped by a whopping 400 percent over the last four years.

The island of Hawaii has long been one of America’s most sought-after tourist destinations, but in the last decade, the numbers have been on the rise.

A growing number of Americans have taken advantage of the state’s economic boom, with more than 20,000 people coming to Hawaii this year alone.

Some of those visitors are looking for a new way to get around and to make ends meet, while others are looking to find a job.

The job market is especially strong in the tourist-heavy area around Waikiki, according TOHI data.

While the overall economy has grown, the job growth in tourism and hospitality is also strong.

That means Hawaii’s economy is growing even faster than most other parts of the U, especially compared to other states.

The data from TOHI also showed that Hawaii had the fourth-fastgest growth rate in the states of California, Florida, and Texas.

The Sunshine State has been hit by a major recession since the Great Recession, but is still a strong economy.

In 2017, the economy grew by 2.9 percent.

Hawaii’s unemployment rate is at a historic low of 4 percent, and the state has added more than 8,000 jobs in the past year.