The state of Hawaii is going all out to attract people to work remotely on the island.
If the pandemic has taught us anything it’s, if you have the right technology, you can keep your current job and work from just about anywhere. Hawaii is doing everything to exploit that idea.
The time difference can be a problem. Raymond Berger is a software engineer working on the island of Maui. His workday starts at 5a because his home office is in New York. The upside is that his day ends early too, which means more beach time.
Jack & Carolyn talked about this on the Morning Breeze. Listen here: