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I worked at University of Hawai'i (More than a year)
Hawaii state is a great place to work. Both environment and people are very nice there. You will find yourself fitting in easily.
The pace is kind of slow. I think it may be a good point to some people. Since it is distanced from the mainland, it would be hard to participate in activities (e.g. conference) out of the state.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 1 day – interviewed at University of Hawai'i (Honolulu, HI).
Skype interview with Principal Investigator. She called me on skype and asked me a number of questions regarding why I wanted the position and told me about her research interests. Things went down hill for me when she started asking about the ring she could see on my finger, my marriage status, and what my husband would be doing. It didn't come off like friendly chit-chat, but rather that I was being evaluated based on my marriage status (marriage=bad). I was highly qualified for this position, and I'm certain that she didn't call me back because of my marriage status. Which is deplorable, but I was turned off that she would even ask me that so I was fine to not be considered further.
- I see you have a ring, are you married? What is your husband going to do if you get this job (we would be relocating to Hawaii)? 1 Answer
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The University of Hawai'i System consists of three university campuses, seven community college campuses, and several job training and research centers across six islands. The public higher education system has an enrollment of more than 50,000 students, about 85% of which are Hawaii residents. It offers more than 600 different doctorate, graduate, undergraduate, and associate degrees, as well as professional certificates, in more than 200 fields of study. The University of Hawai'i was founded as the College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts in Honolulu in 1907, while...