Who knew that Hawaii had the most advanced telecommunication system in the world? This state is one of only five in the US with 100 percent digital switching for phones, and has more fiber optic cable per capita than any other state. Then again, when you are on an island in the middle of the ocean, it is important to be able to reach out and call someone. Hawaii is the most isolated population center anywhere. Sounds kind of nice, doesn’t it? So much so, that you may consider shutting off the phone! Turn off the technology and take the time to look around by working an SLP job in Hawaii.
Hawaii’s Big Island continues to grow, literally, as molten lava pours into the salt water and solidifies as it meets the comparatively cool ocean. Hawaii has 10 different climate zones! Just one of those climates includes Waialeale Mountain found on the Garden Isle of Kauai receiving an average of 488 inches of rain per year. Not surprisingly, it is considered the wettest place on earth. Surfing, swimming, sailing, and all possible permeations are available in Hawaii during your next SLP job.
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