In Hawaii an estimated 40 students graduate from journalism schools every year. If you too are interested in a career in journalism, Hawaii has 2 journalism schools for you to choose from. You can expect to pay an average of $11,063 per year in tuition for a degree in journalism in Hawaii state.
University of Hawaii at Manoa is the largest journalism school in the state of Hawaii, based on number of students. It is located in Honolulu. Approximately 29 students graduated with a journalism degree from University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2009, which was 73% of the total state journalism graduates for that year. If you decide to attend University of Hawaii at Manoa, you can expect to pay approximately $7,167 per year to earn your degree in journalism.
Journalist is the most popular career choice for those who graduate with credentials in journalism. If after graduation, you are planning on working in Hawaii, it is important to know that the job outlook for journalism graduates in the state is not very good. There are currently an estimated 1,350 journalists working in Hawaii. The government expects, by 2018, for this number to decrease by -6%, or to 1,260 journalists.
If you work as a journalist in Hawaii, your yearly salary can range from less than $16,460 to more than $49,260. In Hawaii, journalists make an average of $23,960 per year.
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