Winter is upon us and there is still a chance to escape before it fully turns into a tundra here in the Capital Region. Hawaii is looking for people to come and work remotely from their beautiful state. Here's how to apply. In an effort to boost the state's economy, Hawaii is looking to move people from other states to their beautiful islands to work remotely. There aren't many positions available but the hope is that these people will enhance their local business.

According to WKBW, Hawaii wants to temporarily employ fifty people from around the country to work remotely and boost the islands' economy while there. There are also free roundtrip airline tickets as an incentive to those who are selected. The only caveat is that you have to work remotely and stay for at least thirty days.

The Hawaiian Free Press says the program is called Movers & Shakas which will allow those selected to get discounts on accommodations, restaurants, attractions, and other services they utilize during their stay. Participants must also do a certain amount of hours of volunteer work per week and take the "Pledge to Our Keiki" which is an oath to respect the culture and national resources of the Hawaiian islands during their stay.

If you are interested in this Hawaiian remote work experience Movers & Shakas program, you must fill out an application online by December 15, 2020. Fifty applicants will be chosen and get a free round-trip airline ticket to O'ahu. By the way, Hawaii has the lowest rate per capita of coronavirus infections in the country. This makes it the safest place to work and live in.

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