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Honolulu ranked tenth on the On Numbers Economic Index (ONEI) among the largest metros in America.

ONEI looked at 18 factors in determining which state had the best economic impact.

Factors included private-sector growth, unemployment, personal earnings, housing-price appreciation, construction, and retail activity.

The average weekly wages for Honolulu residents was $803, the seventh highest in the nation. In addition, the five-year earnings growth for the city was 10.91 percent, eighth in the nation.

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