Hawaii’s cultural intelligence department has created a website, Cultural Intelligence Hawaii, to help users find the best and brightest talent for jobs in the cultural sector.
The initiative is part of a larger push by the state government to boost cultural diversity in the Hawaiian workforce.
Cultural intelligence, which is based on data gathered from over the past few years by the Department of Economic Development and Labor and Human Resources, is a new service that is available on the department’s website.
It offers job postings in Hawaii, as well as a map and information on local job openings.
It provides job postings and job opportunities for those in the Honolulu area, including the Pearl Harbor, Hilo and Waianae areas.
For jobs in Honolulu, the site has information on how to apply and to get interviews with the department.
Hawaii’s unemployment rate is 7.6 percent, well below the national average of 11.1 percent.
In recent years, the state has been expanding its cultural talent pool, including in the tourism industry.
A number of local job postings are available through the site, including for the Honolulu office of the University of Hawaii.
“The job postings we have are good candidates for those with some knowledge of Hawaiian culture and who can demonstrate that they have the skills and experience needed to do the job,” said Kristi O’Connell, the department spokeswoman.
This year, the Honolulu Office of the President is launching an outreach program called the Cultural Connection program.
The initiative aims to increase the number of people who visit the state each year.
The initiative also includes training for state employees.
As part of the effort, the Hawaii Department of Human Resources is offering a cultural awareness class for state workers.
Other departments have created a similar platform on their websites, including that of the Department for Human Resources and Development.
However, the government has not yet launched a statewide job site.
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Hawaii’s tourism industry is one of the top three in the country, according to a recent survey by the U.S. Travel Association.
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