Many people are unaware of the large amount of Hawaii residents who are employed by the FBI. Contrary to popular belief, many citizens fill some of the most important FBI positions, and more often than not, they make quite high salaries doing so.

While salaries can vary significantly from one agent in the state to the next, almost all FBI agents make well above the state’s average salary for professions across the board. This salary, of course, requires a lot of hard work and dedication, but most people are more than pleased when they learn the figure.

Without further ado, the average salary for an FBI agent working in the state of Hawaii is $41,064 per year to $133,969 per year. Obviously, that is quite a large disparity, and you are more than likely wondering what you can do to put yourself on the higher end of that salary range.

The good news is that there are actually quite a few things that you can do to improve your earnings and make your time in the FBI even more enjoyable and financially rewarding. After all, FBI work is demanding and dangerous, and you deserve to be remunerated appropriately.

First of all, you should know that education is one of the biggest factors playing a role in your salary. In general, the higher your educational level, the higher your salary will be; it really is that simple. Also, you should consider how related your degree is to the job that you do or hope to do in the FBI.

The more closely related, the more closely trained you are, and thus, the more money you make. The simplest way, then, to see a rise in salary is to create a rise in your degree level. If you have a bachelor’ s degree, the minimum degree level required to work in the FBI, consider going back to school for your master’s degree. If you have a master’s degree, then it is time to get to work on your doctoral degree.

Even if you have the highest amount of education possible, you can still increase your value, and thus your salary, by taking continuing education classes to keep you up to date and informed on your area of expertise or by taking a certification or a training course of some sort. To be in the FBI and to earn the highest salary possible, commit yourself to being a lifelong learner.

You should also understand that the exact job that you do will have a bearing on your salary, and some work areas tend to pay higher salaries to their professionals than others.

If you are unhappy with what you are currently making, you might want to think about applying for a different type of position. Areas related to computer science and information technology are in especially high demand, as are any areas which, at the moment, tend to be lacking in qualified individuals. So, diversify your skills as much as possible for more employment opportunities.

Finally, remember that the absolute best and most effective way to earn a higher salary is to prove yourself worthy of one. Be the most hardworking, dedicated, and committed agent you know. Always do your work better than is expected of you, and show a consistent desire to learn and grow.

If you can do this regularly, it is only a matter of time before your effort will be noticed by your supervisors and rewarded, both in the form of promotions and, subsequently, in higher levels of yearly and hourly pay.