In Hawaii, the island nation is home to some of the best cities in the country, including Kailua-Kona, Maui, and Lanai.
Honolulu has the third-highest median income in the United States, according to a recent report by WalletHub, with a median salary of $68,898 per year.
Honolulu is home, along with other cities, to the nation’s second-largest community of students, with an estimated 2.5 million students, the largest school district in the nation.
Hawaii has the fifth-highest population growth rate in the U.S., and its population grew by 13.8 percent between 2010 and 2021, according the U-M Alumni Association.
The island nation has a population of just under 6.5 square miles (20 square kilometers).
While the UH-Kearney campus is located on the west side of town, you can easily walk to the airport, which has two terminals and the best accessibility in the world.
The airport, also known as Kona, is the second busiest in the continental U., according a recent study by Wallet Hub.
Kona is also the largest airport in the Southeast, with over 200 flights a day.
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