‘An Overtime State’ focuses on locals trying to survive in Hawaiʻi by working multiple jobs. This story was done for FLUX, a Hawaiʻi-based publication, for their Nights issue with writer Eunica Escalante. In Hawaiʻiʻs current financial climate, a yearly salary of $96,000 is considered low income for a family of four. In 2018, a single person making $65,350 a year was considered low income.