As we prepare to brace ourselves for another Northland winter, there are opportunities for medical professionals to escape the bitter cold and work temporarily in Hawaii and they'll even pay for airfare, a rental car, housing and more.

Medical Staffing Solutions, LLC has been posting opportunities for CNAs and LPNs in Hawaii recently on their Facebook page and if you or someone you know is looking for a tropical change of scenery, it could sound enticing, even if only wanting to temporarily relocate.

On September 24, they posted an opportunity for CNAs in Maui, which came with $1,104 gross weekly pay plus a $700 non-taxable weekly stipend. According to their post, this is a 40 hour per week position with no mandatory overtime. New hires would also have their flight paid for as well as being provided with a rental car, housing stipend and more.

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LPNs are also needed in Hawaii, with an opportunity to earn a gross pay of $1,300 weekly working in Maui and $1,400 weekly in Oahu. According to their Facebook post, this opportunity involves working rotating 8 hour shifts and includes flight, rental car and housing. The length of employment under these terms is 13 weeks and they're looking for people who can start right away.

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There seems to be a need for medical professionals all over the United States, but for those looking to help a community while also experiencing different parts of the country, I could think of worse places to be than Hawaii, especially with winter coming.

Granted, it's very hard work for these professionals regardless of where the job is located, but getting to spend your downtime unwinding in Hawaii might sound nice to many.

Perhaps this is the perfect chance to take a chance and go on a career and life adventure. Get that resume updated!

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